Well, this seems like a super obvious choice of cover for Twin Shadow: Springsteen's "I'm On Fire."
12/10/15 - Kamasi Washington @ Club Nokia // 12/12/15 - HEALTH @ Teragram Ballroom // 12/19/15 - Pity Sex @ Echo // 2/13/15 - Black Sabbath @ Mandalay Bay Events Center
3/19/15 - Clint Mansell @ Theater at Ace Hotel // 3/26/15 - Greg Dulli @ Teragram Ballroom
My friend's band made a doo wop version of Miley Cyrus' We Can't Stop
Ben L'Oncle Soul - Seven Nation Army
I found this after watching the doo wop cover as another suggested video:
It's technically very good, but she doesn't sound like she feels it.
Robin / Doo Wop: That was excellent. Love her voice.
Amy / Jolene: I've never heard the original, but that was pretty good. If she wanted to show she was grown up, she should've gone that direction... ha. I heard "Wrecking Ball" before seeing the video, and thought it was a more mature song... and then I saw the video. I take it ALLLL back.
damn that "Jolene" cover is awesome
11/21 - Pearl Jam - Viejas Arena
This makes me so happy.
I know Pentatonix are kind of a cheesy a capella group but I do enjoy their Daft Punk tribute...
I really didn't care for the Calling's "Wherever You Will Go" , but holy shit does this lady put her own wayyy better stamp on this song... in all of it's sappy goodness
This song is interesting to me for 2 reasons-
I always thought that the Isaac Hayes version was the original. And also, wow- Dionne Warwick used to be smokin hot!
Aretha also had a really good version as well-
Probably been posted before... but I just heard this and absolutely love it:
I'm finding myself wishing Miley wasn't so fucking crazy so I could just enjoy her voice.
I like this better than the Kanye version
St.Vincent-Florence-BrandNew-Desaparecidos-OFF-ChicanoBatman-Mě-NightTerrorsOf1927-Drake... nah, just kidding, Fuck Drake
I have to say Gardens & Villas, Gypsy
Phish, Loving Cup