Big + Rich After Party
You never know who is going to show up at our after parties! Santora's Pizza Pub and Grill is the place to be after the WYRK Fall Acoustic show! Big & Rich kept the party going and John Rich even covered the king!
Check out their spin on 'Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy':
John Rich …
Nelly Does T. Rhett
I walked in this morning and saw the headline that Nelly had covered "Die A Happy Man" and Clay said "Oh yeah that was all over the place this weekend!"
Where was I!?!?! Obviously, I immediately clicked on it and was not disappointed. It sounds exactly like you wou…
Sara Walks The Moon
Sometimes you just need a good cover to get your day started and who better than Sara Evans?! I just love her voice! Check out this live rendition of "Shut Up and Dance!"
New Group Of FRIENDS!
Rob and I have somehow managed to get artists to agree to crazy stupid videos with us when they come through town. However, last night was really impressive...mostly because when we asked Kristian to do this he didn't really know the words or how the song went but, twenty minutes later he knew …
"Uptown Funk"
It's become a new tradition with the staff at WYRK to have the Acoustic Show artists sing a cover with us and only use random instruments we found around the station.
Amazing Cover!
She's been doing this for awhile and they all sound amazing. This time around she covering Ariana Grande's hit, "Problem".
Campbell Does 'Royals'
Lorde is flying up the charts with her top 40 hit "Royals". Recently, Craig Campbell picked up his guitar and threw down an incredible acoustic country version of the song. We've got it for you right here!
weird cover song
Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley are having a whole lot of fun on the Locked and Reloaded Tour -- which they referred to as an adult jungle gym -- even branching out with a cover of Gotye's 'Somebody That I Used to Know.'
Swift Hit Redone
I'm a sucker for "cover tunes", as some of you already know.  The song doesn't have to be exactly like the original, but have many of the elements still have to be there.

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