Florida native Bryce Mauldin wasn’t even born when Conway Twitty passed away in 1993, but this cover of the Country Music Hall of Fame member’s 1988 Top 10 hit “Goodbye Time” is proof the country legend’s influence still lives on today.

Of course, Bryce first heard the song thanks to Blake Shelton’s cover version, but you can tell Bryce has gone back and studied a little Conway to deliver this stone-cold country performance.

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This Facebook video has been viewed more than 627,000 times and shared more than 13,000 times. Bryce is grateful for all the social media love. Before he starts singing, he says, “I just want to thank you so much for all the likes and comments and the shares.”

With such a growing following online, several fans have been predicting Bryce has really big things in his future.

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One person commented, “Someone is gonna give you a record deal,” while another Facebook user said, ” You need to go on ‘America’s Got Talent,’ ’cause you certainly do.”

Amazingly enough, Bryce has never had voice lessons and only started playing guitar in February 2016. Things are moving fast for Bryce, and we’re excited to see what he covers next!

Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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