It’s always nice when siblings get along and find hobbies to enjoy together. When this brother and sister discovered that they both had a passion for the music they set about putting their musical talents to use by composing this beautiful cover of two well-known songs. His sister sings Elvis classic as a duet with him and it honestly gives us chills.
Sister sings Elvis classic while her brother mashes up another classic
Kenny Holland and his sister, Capri, created a mashup with two classic songs. Their touching duet is taking the internet by storm. The duo combines the songs ‘Can’t help falling in love’ by Elvis Presley, and the timeless classic ‘Somewhere over the rainbow‘. The brother and sister harmonise perfectly to create a soothing duet that you won’t be able to stop listening to.
As Kenny begins playing the piano delicately, Capri sweetly sings the opening line of Elvis‘ hit tune. This already sets the scene for a beautiful rendition. When Kenny starts to harmonise with his sister, their voices blend perfectly, creating a sound that leaves you with goosebumps all over.
Lots of musical artists tend to create mash ups of songs, and it is especially popular among a cappella groups, DJ’s and cover bands. Some people spend years perfecting their musical knowledge in order to be able to successfully combine songs so that they blend seamlessly, but it seems that this young duo have got the skill perfected at a young age.
Some might be nervous about performing a cover of a well-loved song, so taking on an Elvis number is especially intimidating. But the pair thought outside of the box and created their own version that can’t really be compared as it is so different. If they continue to produce original music as good as this cover, then they have a bright future in music ahead of them.
Listen to the video for yourself and enjoy the soothing sounds of this talented brother and sister duo. Did you enjoy their original twist on the Elvis classic? We love to hear your opinions. So feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments below. ?