Kelsea Ballerini Goes Old-School Country for Opry Acoustic Performance

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Kelsea Ballerini isn’t the hottest thing in country music because she’s cute and fun. Ballerini is the hottest thing in country music because she is massively talented and has the ability to connect with fans on many different levels. Ballerini may be known for upbeat, poppy vibes, but as a vocalist she has the ability to do it all– including covering the legendary “Make The World Go Away.”

The song was originally recorded in 1963 and hit No. 2 for Ray Price, before reaching the top spot with Eddy Arnold’s 1965 version.

Ballerini recorded this low-key acoustic cover at the Grand Ole Opry.

Ballerini’s debut single, “Love Me Like You Mean It,” recently hit No. 1, making her the first female country artist to accomplish this feat in almost a decade. Her latest single, “Dibs” is also making its way up the charts.

This fall, Ballerini is hitting the road with Dan + Shay.

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