My two favorite things in country music are fiddles and banjos. Songs just have that country feel when you put one (or both) of those instruments in them. Even a song like the Eurythmics 80s hit "Sweet Dreams" can get a bit of a country feel to it when it's done on a banjo.
You know those nights where you go out and plan to behave. You're not going to drink much. You're just out for a few, then you're going home. Then somebody says, "Come on...just one shot." And it starts...
Their name is Post Modern Jukebox and they take pop culture songs and put a new spin on them. They've done just about every style of music from 50's Doo Wop, 30's Jazz and everything in between. Here they take on Appalachian Bluegrass with their cover of last summer's hit song "Blurred Lines."
America's favorite sweetheart, Taylor Swift, is undoubtedly ripping up the charts with her newest album, 'RED.' Yet as good as it might be this version of Swift's hit, 'I Knew You Were Trouble,' might be even better than the original.
I know Toby Keith's version of this came out a while ago and the video was taken in 2010, but I'm in a cover tune mood! Toby and his crew do a fantastic job covering Gordon Lightfoot's classic song in a live performance at The Filmore in New York City. Just because I'm a nice guy, I included an original performance by Lightfoot from 1974.
The group Little Big Town (appearing at Jam in the Valley on July 2nd at 7pm) has been covering a bunch of popular songs as of late. They've named the website feature "Scattered, Smothered & Covered." Rather than sending you to the website....I have your video right here. This time around-- Adele's "Rolling in the Deep." Check it!!!!!
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