Kentucky girl Dallas Remington is a country lover who has been performing for live audiences since she was just 11 years old. Earlier this year, she sang a couple of country classics at the Country Tonite Theater in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. The young lady gave her rendition of Patsy Cline's "Crazy" and Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues," which really got the crowd fired up.

Remington took the stage in a fringe vest and wearing her acoustic guitar, telling the crowd she was going to sing some of her "favorite songs." It was a no-brainer which country tunes she would sing, even though she wasn't born when they were released. She began the Cline cover with a brief introduction and a few strums of her guitar — an intro for her stunning voice.

"Crazy" is definitely not an easy song to cover, but the blonde (who sort of resembles a young Miranda Lambert) did the tune justice and, judging by the crowd's response, they agreed.

Without much of a break, she jumped into a faster tune, Cash's notable hit. The audience clapped along while she did a more feminine rendition, and though she hits a higher octave, Remington still keeps it true to the classic we all know and love.