Watch Leather-Clad Faith Hill Rock The Crowd With Her Rendition Of Elvis’ “That’s Alright Mama”
Faith Hill is usually accompanied by her husband these days. She hasn’t even released new music since her fifth studio release Cry in 2002. Back in 2008, Faith rocked the Viva Las Vegas crowd with her rendition of Elvis Presley’s “That’s Alright Mama.” She may be a country chick, but she can perform any genre she puts her mind to.
Leather-clad Hill stepped out on The King’s stage to perform this classic song. She wore a black leather jacket with matching black leather pants. Hill performed an unbelievable cover of Elvis’ rockabilly song that no one in the crowd ever saw coming. She was part of a tribute concert to honor Elvis and was joined by Paul McCartney, Miranda Lambert, Bruce Springsteen, among others.
“That’s Alright Mama” was featured as an A-Side of his 1954 single that featured Blue Moon of Kentucky as the B-Side. The original recording was performed live and featured no instruments other than guitars and bass. The final song was cut during Elvis’ fifth visit to Sun Studios. Check out Faith Hill’s rocker version below.