Posts Tagged ‘covers’

Watch Jason Gray Beautifully Cover This “La La Land” Favorite

Jason Gray said he was captivated by the song “City of Stars” from the movie “La La Land.” Then he decided to record some covers. Easy choice for him. He said this is why he loves the song so much: “The wistfulness in the plain language, the simple and elegant melody, the way that it is sentimental without being kitschy, and how it’s both classic and modern, melancholy and hopeful… I couldn’t stop humming the… … Continue reading

Jordan Feliz’s New Cover Will Make Your Day Surprisingly Better

Jordan Feliz live cover videos have been consistently awesome. This new one is no exception! He covers the song, “Hollow,” originally by Tori Kelly. This song is a cool choice for Jordan. Though it’s very mainstream and could be taken as a love song, it was written as Tori’s love song to the Lord. Jordan is a huge fan of Tori and thought it was super cool to see the song blowing up on the… … Continue reading

Who Covers “Drag Me Down” Better: Jordan Feliz or One Direction?

My first thought as I watched this video was: “Why is Jordan Feliz singing this random One Direction song?” My second thought as I watched this video: “He sounds amazing.” And way better than One Direction, in my opinion. 😉   Jordan partnered with his music buddy, David Dunn, to make this awesome cover. So stoked to share this collaboration with you! Had a blast hanging with my bro @davidtdunn. Here’s a little @onedirection cover… … Continue reading

Taylor Swift Said Something Amazing About for King & Country

for King & Country covered a Taylor Swift song and the Christian music world went a little crazy. This is one of my favorite covers I’ve heard of Out of the Woods– amazing job @4kingandcountry ?✨? https://t.co/z8GySLXGCu — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) October 29, 2015 No doubt, they did an exceptional job! But I’ll let you be the judge of that by checking out the video for yourself. Here’s “Out of the Woods” by Taylor Swift,… … Continue reading

Can Chris August Do Justice to the New tobyMac Favorite?

tobyMac’s “Feel It” usually makes us all start to dance, but what happens when you change the vibe? Chris August takes “Feel It” and turns it into his own mellow, soulful vibe. Right from his personal recording studio, he covers the song and, yes, we do think he does it justice in a brand new way! Do you agree? 🙂 … Continue reading

How Do You Want Your Story to Be Remembered?

At the end of your story, what do you want to be remembered by? The band Carrollton wants to know they made the most of every moment – that they really lived. Lessons like this can come from the unlikely places. Like, Carrollton’s cover of “I Lived” by One Republic. Life is a gift not to be wasted. This has been a huge recurring theme in Carrollton’s music from songs like “Pass You By” and… … Continue reading

Owl City Has One Fantastic Throwback Thursday

Adam Young from Owl City posted this great throwback. He’s been known to be very open about his personal faith and has recorded his own renditions of old hymns (“In Christ Alone” and “How Deep the Father’s Love for Us.”) He even partnered with Britt Nicole recently and released a single called, “You’re Not Alone.” You can hear that song on WAY NEW! That being said, what’s his great throwback this Thursday? A surprising and… … Continue reading

Taylor Swift takes the time for others

Taylor Swift by far is one of the most busy artist in the music industry right now. With her massive hit “Shake it Off” making the rounds on stations around the world, its amazing to see that she still has time for others. T-Swift has always seemed like the type of lady who is truly dedicated to reaching out to her fans and saying thank you as well as spending time with them. Lets be real she… … Continue reading

Michael Buble Sings Jamie Grace

Crooner Michael Buble has a tradition of asking fans for songs to sing during his dressing room warm up. Buble said, “This dressing room warm up has been requested by SO many followers that we couldn’t list you all! But you know who you are.” … Continue reading