A '90s country star’s rendition of “Amazing Grace” is bringing us to our knees Youtube screenshot/Justin Williams
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There will always be songs in this world that will be able to stop you in your tracks, no matter where you are, what you’re doing or how much life has changed since the last time you heard it.

One of those songs is “Amazing Grace.”

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For so many of us, that song holds so much emotion that every time we hear it we are transformed back in time. And when just the right voice is married to the song, it brings with it a brand-new memory.

Take for example Tracy Bryd’s rendition of the gospel song, which he performed at the Red Neck Country Club in Texas last year. Best known for ’90s hits such as “Holdin’ Heaven,” “The Keeper of the Stars” and “Big Love,” Tracy shined on this performance, bringing the crowd to their feet in appreciation.

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Does hearing Tracy’s undeniable country voice get you in the mood to hear more? In 2016, Tracy released his first album in 10 years called “All American Texan.” The album, which features seven songs solely written by the country star, also contains the work of Texas musicians such as Brett Danaher, John Carroll, John Michael Whitby, Mike Rojas, Milo Deering, David Deshazo and Nate Coon.

Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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