I was already a fan of Train’s “Drive By,” but Brad Cash Band’s cover of it gave me a new appreciation for the song. What is interesting is how different it is from the original. From the slowed tempo, altered melody, and use of three part harmony the song takes on a different vibe entirely. Check out the chorus on this one, it just feels good. Also, if you haven’t already heard the original, it comes highly recommended by yours truly. I love a (good) fresh take on an already good song. Enjoy.
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Like catchy pop music? You’ll like Raffaela. Just a warning, if you aren’t wanting a song stuck in your head today, you’ll want to make sure you don’t watch this video. “So What” sounds like it belongs on top 40 radio. It’s a fun song, and with the high production quality on the track and video it’s no wonder it currently has over 200K views. This song hits on the fact that falling in love means saying “So What” to leaving your feelings vulnerable. At 19 years old, it looks like Raffaela has a bright future ahead of her in music. Keep an eye on her.
In a world full of Kim Kardashian type failed relationships, sometimes the people we love need to be reassured they’re not headed down the same path, and I’m not sure there is a song to accomplish this better than Adam Hambrick’s “I Would Never.” The promise of lasting love is so often broken today it has almost lost its meaning, but Adam’s ability to turn a phrase somehow makes it believable again. Saying you’ll love someone forever is a powerful statement, and this song is fittingly powerful. This song along with his new album “Fighting From The Ground” full of similarly heartfelt songs are available on iTunes. Enjoy.