Clint Black’s Daughter Lily Makes Opry Debut With Carrie Underwood Cover
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It looks as if Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black’s only daughter may be following in her famous parents’ footsteps. 19-year-old Lily Pearl Black joined her dad on stage Saturday night (October 31) for her Opry debut.
Lily made her recording debut in 2018 when she joined her country star dad on a song called “Magical Christmas” for Black’s Christmas Collection album. In an interview with CMT about the album, Clint revealed that his daughter had been “bitten by the bug.”
“She has always loved to perform, but recently made a conscious decision to apply herself to developing her talents,” the “Killin’ Time” singer said. “We’re excited to see where it takes her. She loves to dance and act as well, but for me, her musical talents and the qualities of her voice suggest music will be her strength.”
During Saturday night’s Grand Ole Opry performance, Lily covered one of her favorite Carrie Underwood songs, “Temporary Home.” Before she took the stage, her dad introduced her saying, “We have a second year music student from Belmont University who’s going to make her Opry debut tonight. She’s gonna get to find out what we already know…that you guys are the most fantastic audience in the whole world.”
Lily took the stage and it was immediately clear that she inherited her parents’ talents. With great poise Lily sang her heart out and wowed the audience who gave her a standing ovation following her performance. Watch Lily Pearl Black sing “Temporary Home” below!