Country artists know how to make songs sound original, even if they’re song from another artist.
It’s one of our favorite things about music is that it can be so versatile and every artist can make a song their own.
You know you’ve been at a concert where the artist covered a hot song, an iconic song, or even one they just sound AMAZING covering! Either way, WE LOVE COUNTRY COVERS!
Here are some of the best of the week:
Mickey Guyton is a master at finding songs to cover both on and offstage. From a gutsy rendition of Patsy Cline’s “Crazy,” performed at the White House in 2011, to a sweet take on Frozen favorite “Do You Want to Build a Snowman”, Mickey knows how to BRING IT!
Guyton’s latest cover will leave you in chills. She took on the song “If I Were a Boy”, which is hit song by Beyoncé. Accompanied only by acoustic guitar, Mickey added powerful vocals that makes it an edge-of-your-seat ballad and an anthem for female empowerment.
Kelsea Ballerini has totally nailed Drake’s smash hit “Hotline Bling” (she didn’t even have to include the funny dance moves from his music video)
Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry, Craig Campbell sat down and performed a pretty stellar cover of Miranda Lambert‘s “House That Built Me” for his Woman Cover Wednesday series.