This morning, December 7, Lauren Alaina stopped by the Bobby Bones Show as part of his radiothon to help raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Along with Alaina, the radio host invited some of country music’s finest voices to join his noble cause and once again, raise money for the charity.
As part of the show, Bones' guests covered other artists' songs and Alaina took on Lee Ann Womack’s 2000 hit, “I Hope You Dance.” With her signature power house vocals and sweet country twang, the “Road Less Traveled" singer nailed Womack's heart wrenching tune. By the time she gets through the song, it's hard to remember it's not one of Alaina's originals. Even Bones and his team were blown away by her performance, exclaiming, “That was amazing, Lauren Alaina! Holy cow," when she finished.
Watch Alaina's performance in the video below:
Other performances include Dan+Shay who took on Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect,” Dustin Lynch covering “You Gotta Be” by Des'ree and Kip Moore performing Tom Petty’s “Learning To Fly." This will be the second year Bones hosted a raidothon to collect donations for St. Jude's, raising $1.3 million last year. Donations can be made via text, by texting the word bobby to 785833 or by calling 1-800-795-1800.
As for Alaina, the talented singer is nominated for two awards at the Rare Country Awards, including Female Artist and Duet of the Year.