Classic Remake Favorites From Our Readers

Classic Remake List (Ongoing) from Our Readers

Baker Street

Gerry Rafferty (Original)

Foo Fighters

Black Betty

Lead Belly (Original)

Ram Jam (1977)

Ha Ha Tonka (live)

Bring It On Home

Sonny Boy Williamson

Led Zeppelin

Blue Suede Shoes

CarlPerkins (Original)

Jimi Hendrix

Burning Love

Elvis Presley (Original)

Wyonna for Lilo and Stitch

Careless Whisper

WHAM ! (Original)


Dancing Days

Led Zeppelin (Original/1973) The first track from Houses of the Holy which was released by Atlantic Records for radio play.

Can you hear Bonham's drum pedal squeaking ?

Stone Temple Pilots (1995/Ecromium Zeppelin Tribute Album)


Bee Gees w.Samantha Sang

Destiny's Child

The First Cut Is The Deepest

Cat Stevens (Original)

Rod Stewart (ROCKIN in Chile)

Sheryl Crow

Fortune Teller

Benny Spellman (Original)

Plant & Krauss

The Rolling Stones

Friday On My Mind

The Easybeats (Original)

David Bowie

Gary Moore

 Higher Ground

Stevie Wonder (Original)

Red Hot Chili Peppers


David Bowie (Original)


In The Summertime

Mungo Jerry (Original)

Derek Sherinian and the Rebellious Yellers (featuring Billy Idol and Slash)

I'm The One

Van Halen (Original)

Four Non-Blondes

I Think We're Alone Now

Tommy James and The Shondells (Original)


Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dyin Bed/In My Time of Dying

Blind Willie Johnson (1927, original)

Pops Staples

Bob Dylan (1962)

Led Zeppelin

Knocking On Heaven's Door

Bob Dylan (Original)

Eric Clapton

Guns N Roses

Open Arms

Journey (Original)

Mariah Carey (live)

Lips Like Sugar

Echo and The Bunnymen




The Cure (Original)

Page/Plant (Live cover with Paul Thompson from The Cure on guitar)

Poetry Man

Phoebe Snow (Original)

Queen Latifah

The Train Kept A Rollin (Covered 23 times)

Tiny Bradshaw 1951 (Original)

The Yardbirds (released 1965)

Aerosmith (released 1974)

Motorhead (released 1977)

Whiter Shade of Pale

Procol Harum (Original, 1967)

Glenn Hughes

You're No Good

Dee Dee Warwick (Original)

Linda Ronstadt

Van Halen

You've Lost That Lovin Feeling

The Righteous Brothers (Original)

Hall and Oates

VooDoo Child

Jimi Hendrix

Stevie Ray Vaughan

Miles Mosley

Out On The Tiles

KISS with Shinedown at Harbour Station, Saint John, NB, Canada.

w/ Shinedown

Harbour Station
Saint John, NB CANADA
Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Explosions, special effects, piercing screams and black giants towering over a crazed mob: it's either a summer blockbuster movie or the latest KISS tour is in town.

Celebrating 40 years, and touring for their 20th studio album, "Monster" – which debuted at #3 on the Billboard "Top 200" last fall – KISS will make 19 coast-to-coast stops in Canada, from the shores of Victoria to St. John's, Newfoundland.

They'll play some of Canada's largest cities and biggest venues (like the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto) and some smaller Canadian cities like Lethbridge, Alberta and – closer to my home base – Saint John, New Brunswick.


The KISS monster has been relatively unseen in these parts, like a Sasquatch stomping through the trees that you're never close enough to get a full view of, before it vanishes.



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