Tasha Layton Covers Top Gun's Anthem "Take My Breath Away"

Tasha Layton

Chart-topping BEC recording artist Tasha Layton has released her cover of the hit "Take My Breath Away." The song,written by Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock, was first recorded for the 1986 film Top Gun. It was originally performed by American new wave band Berlin, which won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, as well as the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song in 1986. 

Layton recently marked another first in a year filled with milestones with her debut on the iconic Grand Ole Opry. Layton performed her breakthrough single, "Into The Sea (It's Gonna Be OK)," and her #1 smash, "Look What You've Done," before the welcoming Opry audience.
She joined CMA Award-winning country superstar Brett Eldredge; breakout hitmaker Lainey Wilson; and Grand Ole Opry members John Conlee and Riders In The Sky, among others, for the evening's show.
Before leaving the stage, Layton shared with Opry announcer Charlie Mattos how special it was to appear on the Grand Ole Opry, in part because her grandmother had been such a big country music fan. To add to the evening's significance, Layton's guitarist, Matt Podesla, played the guitar originally owned by Layton's grandmother, now one of the artist's prized possessions. 

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