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Ever wanted to see Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning sing a Johnny Cash song?
Well, thanks to country singer Luke Bryan, Peyton decided to belt out "Folsom County Blues" during a charity gala for the Peyton Manning Children's Hospital.
To be fair to Peyton, he's got a pretty good voice...
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It’s not very often you get to see Peyton Manning do something outside of his comfort zone, mainly because he does so many things so well. Well that’s about to change. According to a story via Maggie Hendricks of Yahoo Sports, the Denver Broncos quarterback was in Indianapolis recently for the Celebration of Caring Gala for the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. While there...
While it wasn’t surprising to see Broncos QB Peyton Manning rubbing elbows at the Celebration of Caring Gala for the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis, seeing that the hospital bears his name and all, it was a bit of a pleasant shock to see Manning take the stage alongside country singer Luke Bryan for some impromptu karaoke, as the two belted out the Johnny...
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning spent part of last weekend in his old stomping grounds by singing a riveting rendition of Johnny Cash's "Folson Prison Blues."Manning electrified the Indianapolis crowd by teaming up with country music star Luke Bryan for a fundraiser for a local hospital. I guess you could say it was a huge success.As you can see, Manning...
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Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning took some time to get on stage with country singer Luke Bryan so sing a Johnny Cash song titles ”Folsom Prison Blues.”
I know can’t sing, but Peyton is really bad. I have to give him some credit for trying though.
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Peyton Manning channeled his best Johnny Cash impression for a great cause as he participated in a Children’s Hospital Gala this weekend. Luke Bryan was the entertainment down in Indy for the event, but it was Peyton who stole the show when he joined the country star on stage singing Folsom Prison Blues.
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Peyton Manning can do a lot of things. He can return from a career ending type of injury to have a career type season; his acting chops are pretty solid (as he's proven numerous times on SNL); he's a good pitchman; he's a Dad; he's a fundraiser for charity--but singer?
Well--if he wasn't before he is now (with a little help from country music star Luke Bryan...
Peyton Manning and country music star Luke Bryan teamed up at a charity event in Indianapolis to bring us this rendition of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues."
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How much time?
"Peyton Manning-type time on the job," Jones said.
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IMPORTANT: Peyton Manning signing “Folsom Prison Blues”. This happened over the weekend at a gala benefiting the Children’s Hospital that bears his name. A nice gesture, though I really would like to see Pey-Pey do a prison concert tour. Prison folks are real folk! They drink Gatorade! Also, I thought Peyton only sang with Kenny Chesney. Who’s this Luke Bryan and why is he...
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