During one of their recent concerts, Lily Pearl took to the stage with an incredible cover of Carrie Underwood’s “Cry Pretty,” a track from Underwood’s sixth studio album of the same name.
On Tuesday evening (Feb. 8), the 20-year-old singer shared a clip of the performance. In the clip, Lily Pearl, donning a sparkling silver dress, put her powerhouse vocals on full display as she belted out the lyrics to the chart-topping Underwood hit alongside her famous father, who was playing guitar.
Lily Pearl’s mother Lisa Hartmann praised her stunning performance, which you can watch below, in the comments of the clip saying, “You are awesome! So proud!”
This isn’t the first time Lily Pearl has covered Carrie Underwood, as she previously performed “Temporary Home” during her Opry debut alongside her father in October of 2020.
At the time, Lily, who was just 19-years-old, took to the iconic Nashville stage to make her Opry debut. An evening that Lily Pearl dubbed the “most special night of my life.”
Following their Opry performance, Black praised his daughter on Instagram. “Very proud my daughter, Lily is inspired by a class act @carrieunderwood!” Black wrote.
You can watch her 2020 performance of “Temporary Home” at the 1 hr 14 min mark in the below clip.
The young singer has also covered Kelsea Ballerini’s “Peter Pan” in the past, a performance that which was truly impressive.
Clint Black, Lisa Hartmann Black and Lily Pearl Black are heading into the “final stretch” of shows on The Mostly Hits & The Mrs Tour.
The four remaining dates on the trek, dubbed a “family affair,” include Augusta, GA (Feb. 10), North Charleston, SC (Feb. 11), Savannah, GA (Feb. 12) and New Orleans, LA (Feb. 14). Tickets can be purchased at ClintBlack.com/Tour.