Some Of My Favorite “Cover Songs” [VIDEOS]
I've always enjoyed a different take on some of our favorite songs!
During the upcoming Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony on April 10th, numerous artists will take the stage and perform the inductee's songs. So with that in mind, here's a few memorable cover songs for you to enjoy!
Heart covers the Led Zeppelin track with ferocity!
Detroit's Martha Reeves and the Vandellas' signature song of summer is covered by the boys from California!
Billy curls his upper lip and pulls off the Tommy James & The Shondells song from 1968.
The song originally done by the Guess Who never sounded so down and dirty.
This song was written and performed by Bruce Springsteen before the band that was famous for "Doo Wah Diddy" released it in 1975.
The original punk rock band takes the song made famous by the Bobby Fuller Four and makes it their own!
Axel Rose and company turn up the volume with the Paul McCartney classic.
Aerosmith put their spin on the Beatles' classic written by John Lennon.
In 1961 this was the first big song to "chart" by The Isley Brothers. The Beatles then took it further in 1963. It's been played live by the likes of The Who and Bruce Springsteen. The recording by The Beatles was featured in the movie, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
That California surf sound of the sixties was enhanced even further when Diamond Dave got hold of a video camera.