P.K. Subban All About Nashville, Takes Stage To Sing Johnny Cash At Bar

It looks like P.K. Subban and Nashville will get along just fine.

It probably should come as no surprise, but the outgoing All-Star defenseman is thoroughly embracing his new team after being traded from the Montreal Canadiens to the Predators on June 29.

Subban got an up-close look at his new city over the weekend, and he was more than willing to embrace his new home. The Predators tweeted a video of the Norris Trophy winner being introduced to a crowd at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, a world-famous honky-tonk on Broadway in downtown Nashville, right across the street from Bridgestone Arena.

The D-man, who never has shied from the spotlight, took the stage and eventually did some performing of his own. Fittingly dressed in black, Subban grabbed the mic and performed a little Johnny Cash, crediting former Canadiens teammate Carey Price for getting turning him on to the country legend.

So, yeah. It looks like the Subban-in-Nashville era will go off without a hitch.

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