More and more country artists are covering songs from other genres and artists from other genres are joining up with our country elite to make some pretty incredible music. One of the latest covers from the pop world is from David Nail and I like his version a little better than the original!
It's human-rights organization Amnesty International's 50th anniversary and to celebrate 80 artists, including Adele, Sting, Elvis Costello, My Chemical Romance, Ke$ha and Miley Cyrus, are covering tunes from the Bob Dylan catalog.
We all need awards (I would gladly accept the "She's Holding It (Barely) All Together While Working Full-Time and Raising a Toddler as a Single Parent Award”) but the number of awards shows does seem to be getting just a little out of hand. Until you see this...then they're so worth it.
The last time Kelly Clarkson cut a duet with a country star, the result was her number one hit with Jason Aldean, ‘Don’t You Wanna Stay,’ so it’s only natural that, during a recent Web chat, she was asked if she’d consider teaming up with any other artists.
Little Big Town has been posting a series of cover songs at their website and they’re so good that many think they should release an entire album of covers. Little Big Town’s latest installment of their "Scattered, Smothered & Covered" series is Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" and they sing the heck out of it!
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