Terry Bradshaw, NFL Legend Eliminated From ‘Masked Singer,’ Had Billboard Success as a Country Singer in the Late ’70s


Terry Bradshaw showed off their singing chops on Wednesday night’ s (Jan. 16) The Masked Vocalist — but it wasn’ t enough to take him in order to next round, as the Hall associated with Fame  NFL quarterback was removed after his deer-costumed performance associated with Florida Georgia Line’s  “ Get the Shine On. ”

Bradshaw’ s not-to-be-forgotten vocals were on full screen while he sang FGL’s this year country smash —  but the Shreveport native had some hits associated with his own when he came out together with his debut album, I’ m So Lonesome I Could Weep , in 1976.

The two-time Extremely Bowl MVP told Billboard in 2012 that music was their first love, which might be why started his professional music career with all the LP while he was quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He also landed on the Billboard Hot one hundred with the record’ s namesake music, a cover of Hank Williams’ 1949 country classic “I’m So Forlorn I Could Cry. “

“Lonesome” also became Bradshaw’s biggest hit on Billboard ‘s Hot Nation Songs chart, peaking at Number 17 in March of 1976, while  the album’s rendition associated with Roger Miller’s  “ The Last Word within Lonesome is Me, ” furthermore made it to the chart, hitting Number 90 that July.

Subsequent up Bradshaw’s first album had been his 1980 LP, Until You . The particular record’ s title track  achieved No . 73 on Hot Nation Songs,   and is another slow-jam with romantic lyrics, “ I actually never had a special place to go plus kick my shoes off/ And also sing the blues when I has been blue/ Until you. ” It was their final appearance on a  Billboard   chart.

On Wednesday’ s The Masked Vocalist appearance , Bradshaw said that it was the challenge that captivated him to the show. “ I’ m glad I did it, ” he said after he had been eliminated. “ The deer signifies me in the sense that I got the wild side to me, I discover deer to be extremely beautiful, the same as me. ”