Steve's been an online music writer for seven years and has personal experience organizing his equipment for gigs. One of the joys of playing music in a cover band is that you get to replicate some of the most popular songs in the history of music. Audiences throughout the world love these songs, which of course contributes to their longevity. Not every band will play all of these songs. In fact, some won't play any of them. I'm not suggesting that these songs should be your setlist. But, as a working musician, I have played many gigs with bands that I had never rehearsed with or even met, and I've found in those cases that it was essential to at least know every track on this list. So, whether you're a solo player, a hired gun, or a member of a full band, take a look at this list of the most played, requested, and successful songs in rock history. Learn them so they are in your rock arsenal.
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The best cover band song lists are all killer and no filler. When covering the best rock, current pop or classic rock songs, function and wedding bands will only choose the best of the best in their gig setlist. The following are songs that everyone should know, no matter your audience! The reason that these are good songs to cover is because they are tried and tested by the top wedding and party bands over hundreds and hundreds of shows.
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60 of the most popular Pop/Rock songs
Everyone once in a while the music industry catapults a single into the stratosphere and it becomes THE song of the moment. You cannot turn on the radio or television without hearing THAT song. Riding high and sitting in the charts for months on end, these songs become cemented in that particular period of time and will forever be remembered by the listeners of that generation, and generations to come.
The internet is filled with talented people hoping to jumpstart their singing careers by covering popular songs and posting them on YouTube hi, Justin Bieber. Of course there are established artists who decide to do covers too, but there's something amazing about hearing a complete stranger belt out your favorite song from your favorite artist and make it sound even better than the original. Here, a roundup of the best new covers released in , including singers you'll recognize and ones you won't—but you'll want to research them immediately. You'll recognize "Moon River" from the film Breakfast at Tiffany's , but Frank Ocean's version is the three minutes and eight seconds of peace we deserve after the year we all had. Rock band Weezer decided to troll its fans and cover Toto's "Africa" after a brilliant tweet lead singer Rivers Cuomo received " RiversCuomo it's about time you bless the rains down in africa" , which he made into the single's cover art. We can all thank Mary, who handles the account that tweeted Cuomo. There's no mistaking Cyrus' easily-recognizable vocals, which are just as powerful as Grande's in the original song. Their added female vocals and piano-playing are perfection. Sorry, Robyn fans. It's literally everything.