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The singer is in Tennessee forward of her upcoming tour

Lana Del Rey stopped by Robert’s Western World in Nashville over the weekend to showcase her recurring cowl of Tammy Wynette’s 1969 crooner “Stand By Your Man.” The singer took the stage with a band and provided an intimate rendition of the observe for the bar’s crowd.

Del Rey is at the moment gearing up for a short North American tour that kicks off in Franklin, TN at the FirstBank Amphitheater on Sept. 14. The trek contains stops in Austin, Tampa, Charlotte, and extra all through September and October.


Del Rey previously covered “Stand By Your Man” in Rogers, AR final month. The efficiency got here between Paradise’s “Ride” and Born to Die’s “Blue Jeans” on the singer’s set listing. She didn’t introduce the tune or provide commentary on her intentions with overlaying “Stand by Your Man,” a tune many thought-about an affront to the feminist motion of the late Sixties for asking girls to forgive their accomplice’s indiscretions since, “in any case, he’s only a man.” But Del Rey nonetheless sang it with gusto. (“Stand by Your Man” by the way ranks Number 473

 on Rolling Stone’s listing of the five hundred Greatest Songs of All Time.)

In July, Del Rey covered Joni Mitchell’s “For Free” at Newport Folk Festival. Her newest LP, Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, dropped in March.

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