Charlotte FC fans have been able to witness Scott Arfield's undeniable talent but this past week he demonstrated that his talents go far beyond the pitch.
Turns out if Arfield wasn't a footballer, he would have been a rockstar.
During the initial stages of his senior football career with Falkirk, Arfield concurrently served as the frontman for an indie band named the Begbies. Nevertheless, Eddie May, the manager of Bairns at that time, successfully persuaded Arfield to temporarily set aside his musical aspirations and dedicate himself to football.
Jump ahead more than a decade, and Arfield now resides in the South, the birthplace of one of his beloved music genres – country music. Perhaps the relocation across the Atlantic has reignited Arfield's musical enthusiasm, prompting him to once again strum his guitar, this time delivering a cover of the chart-topping hit "Something in the Orange" by country superstar Zach Bryan.
Luke Combs, a Charlotte native and another cherished country artist of Arfield, raises the question... might we see Arfield's rendition of Combs's chart-topping hit "Beautiful Crazy" next?
Read more about Arfield's musical background at the The Scottish Sun here.