When Taste of Country spoke to 'American Idol' Season 12 runner-up Kree Harrison in mid-May, she was beyond excited about making her Grand Ole Opry debut. Well, the performance has come and gone, and she nailed it, as we can tell from footage of her performing a beautiful duet of Kris Krisofferson's 'Help Me Make it Through the Night' with an assist from country superstar and 'American Idol' judge
Kree Harrison has been sharing the stage with a few country music greats lately. She made her Grand Ole Opry debut with Keith Urban and Kellie Pickler, and on Wednesday (June 5) joined fiery redhead Wynonna Judd onstage at Nashville's 3rd and Lindsley venue.
Sometimes, being runner-up isn't so bad -- especially if it leads you to one of the most prestigious stages in country music. 'American Idol' runner-up Kree Harrison made her Grand Ole Opry debut on Tuesday (June 4), sharing the stage with both Kellie Pickler and Keith Urban.
They say specificity is the soul of narrative, which would mean Kree Harrison's first post-'Idol' single 'All Cried Out' lacks soul, or narrative. The ballad is a showcase for her vocal range and power, but it's never made clear why the Texan is so bummed.
'American Idol' season 12 finalist Kree Harrison performed on the show's finale Thursday night (May 16), and she was joined by judges Keith Urban and Randy Jackson for a high-energy rendition of Urban's hit 'Where the Blacktop Ends.'
Aspiring country star Kree Harrison reached back to her favorite performance of season twelve on 'American Idol' Wednesday night (May 15), singing Patty Griffin's 'Up To the Mountain' again to close out her participation in the reality singing competition.
Soulful country vocalist Kree Harrison survived again on 'American Idol' Thursday night (May 9), after a sensational run on the show's twelfth season highlighted by a long string of stellar performances. She will move on to the show's finale next week, where she will compete against Candice Glover to see which one will be crowned the winner this year.
Aspiring country singer Kree Harrison performed the Rascal Flatts song 'Here Comes Goodbye' on 'American Idol' on Wednesday night (May 8), earning effusive praise from the judges after turning in an emotional performance.