Jelly Roll Responds After A Fan Applauds Him For Not Lip Syncing On New Year’s Rockin’ Eve

Jelly Roll responded shortly after the admirer complimented the number-one singer/songwriter.

"Definitely, since I always am who I am and I don't hide behind anything. Under his true name Jason DeFord, the hitmaker wrote, "Good, bad, or indifferent."

It's usual procedure for artists to sing along with pre-recorded vocal tracks for high-profile live performances,

particularly those like Times Square's New Year's Eve celebration, which are notorious for their tremendous volume. Jelly Roll, however,

decided against using them since he preferred to perform with his unprocessed vocals, like he normally does.What Was Jelly Roll's Performance at Dick Clark's Rockin' New Year's Eve?

Sunday night (Dec. 31), the Antioch native stole the event with a performance that began with an introduction by his wife, Bunnie XO, and featured 19-time host and executive producer Ryan Seacrest.

. Jelly Roll controlled the stage in a black jacket honoring his daughter Bailee Ann and his devoted fan group, the Bad Apples.

"New York City on New Year's Eve is like living the dream, sweetie!" Jelly Roll yelled as he stepped onto the stage.

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