Electrician Shows He Has Talent With George Strait Cover

12/07/2016
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George Strait

(Radio.com) You just never know where in the world a country song is going to show up. On season two of Mongolia's Got Talent, the nation's spin-off of America's Got Talent, electrician O.Enkh-Erdene recently slayed a classic George Strait tune.

Singing "Amarillo by Morning," which was released in 1973 by Terry Stafford and made famous by King George in 1983, the contestant elicited an enthusiastic reaction from the studio audience.

The judges for the show are Tserendorj Chuluunbat (a bass guitarist from Haranga rock band), Sarantsetseg Chimgee (a news commentator from Mongol TV), Chimeglhan Delgertsetseg (a professional violist) and Rokit Bay (a Mongolian Rapper). Check out the performance here.

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