Stop what you're doing right now!  Seriously. I need four minutes and sixteen seconds of your time and I can promise you will not regret it.  My friends Nadia Wilkes and Kerry Showers (with the help of Kerry's mom, Terri) just shared their amazing version of Rascal Flatt's "Bless the Broken Road."  Ya'll, this is insanely good and it's, wait for it, totally a cappella and pitch freaking perfect. #Mindblown

The trio performed their version of this song for Owensboro's Multicultural Festival, which aired virtually this past Saturday on social media.  Kerry says they wanted to "do something that was unconventional."  I don't know about you, but their "unconventional" rendition gave me chills. Look, there's no doubt that Rascal Flatts has made a career out of impeccable harmonies, but I have never heard the harmonies in this song sound THIS good.

Kerry and Nadia are both graduates of Kentucky Wesleyan College here in Owensboro.  They now live in Evansville where they teach music.  Nadia teaches at Lodge Community School; Kerry teaches at Caze Elementary.  Kerry's mom works in education as well.  She works as a para-professional with special needs students at Lincoln.

As you can see (and hear), all three have terrific singing voices.  Plus, worth knowing- Kerry and Nadia routinely share their voices right here in Owensboro.  They sing at First Presbyterian Church on Griffith Avenue and each has performed in WBKR's Denim & Diamonds concert fundraiser for St. Jude.

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