You’ll want to put on your best pair of headphones, turn down the lights, and drink in Paul Thomas Anderson’s stripped down video of Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, and a vintage Roland CR-78 performing Present Tense from their album A Moon Shaped Pool.
Dee Snider channels Neil Diamond with his acoustic rendition of the Twisted Sister classic, which he sung on behalf of Criss Angel’s cancer charity HELP (Heal Every Life Possible), founded after his 2-year-old was diagnosed with Leukemia. Seriously, Dee, we’ve got chills.
A wonderful unplugged cover version of The Cranberries’ 1994 classic Zombie, as performed by musician Vedran Djurasovic, who brings a warmer approach to the track than the grunge sounds of the original.
(PG-13 Language) Dave Grohl regales us with a hilarious anecdote about meeting Sir Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift, then turns in a heartfelt solo acoustic performance of the Foo Fighters’ classic Best of You during the Cannes Lions 2016 festival of creativity.
Our friend Greg Johnson of Acoustic Labs finally shows his face, turning in a hypnotic, asian-tinged rendition of Beck’s track Wave, off of the artist’s Grammy winning albumMorning Phase. He was approached by Beck’s people to create the cover.
Musician Greg Johnson of Acoustic Labs is back with another great arrangement, this time plucking a warm and soothing rendition of the classic Back to the Future theme by Alan Silvestri on his Alvarez acoustic guitar.