Covers and Favourite Songs

As my fans know, I love many different styles of music and also to perform songs that I love by artists I admire. Here are just a selection of covers performed at shows and recorded. Hope you enjoy!

Some favourite records old and new (in no particular order)

Ryan Adams ‘Heartbreaker’
The Smiths ‘The Queen is Dead’
Joni Mitchell ‘Blue’
Morrissey ‘Vauxhall and I’
Kate Bush ‘The Kick Inside’
The Sundays ‘Reading, Writing and Arithmetic’
Neil Young ‘Comes a Time’
Neal Casal ‘Basement Dreams’
Josh Rouse ‘Nashville’
Neal Casal ‘Rain, Wind and Speed’
Kings of Convenience ‘Quiet is the new loud’
New Order ‘Technique’
Lloyd Cole ‘Love Story’
Neal Casal ‘No Wish to Reminisce’
The Smiths ‘Hatful of Hollow’
Rosie Thomas ‘When We Were Small’
Ryan Adams ‘Love is Hell’
New Order ‘Low Life’
Morrissey ‘Years of Refusal’
Carole King ‘Tapestry’
Morrissey ‘Bona Drag’
Sufjan Stevens ‘Come on! Feel the Illinoise’
The Whitest Boy Alive ‘Dreams’
Belle and Sebastian ‘If you’re feeling Sinister’
Neal Casal ‘The Sun Rises Here’
Ryan Adams ‘Gold’
HEM ‘Rabbit Songs’
Kings of Convenience ‘Riot on an Empty Street’
Morrissey ‘Your Arsenal’
Lucinda Williams ‘Car Wheels on a Gravel Road’
Laura Cantrell ‘Not the Trembling Kind’
Neal Casal ‘Fade Away Diamond Time’
Neil Young ‘Harvest’
Kate Bush ‘Hounds of Love’
Josh Rouse ‘1972’
Bjork ‘Homogenic’
The Cure ‘Disintegration’
Joni Mitchell ‘Court and Spark’
Joy Division ‘Closer’
Neil Young ‘After the Goldrush’
Rosie Thomas ‘These Friends of Mine’
Neal Casal ‘Anytime Tomorrow’
Belle and Sebastian ‘The Boy with the Arab Strap’
Teenage Fanclub ‘Grand Prix’
Nick Drake ‘Pink Moon’
Josh Rouse ‘Under Cold Blue Stars’
Kathleen Edwards ‘Failer’
Griffin House ‘Flying Upside Down’
Bjork ‘Debut’
Kate Bush ‘Lionheart’
Josh Rouse ‘Dressed up like Nebraska
Hazy Malaze ‘Blackout Love’
Kathleen Edwards ‘Back to Me’
The Killers ‘Hot Fuss’
Ryan Adams ‘Cold Roses’
Teddy Thompson ‘Separate Ways’
Sufjan Stevens ‘7 Swans’
Morrissey ‘Ringleader of the Tormentors’
The Whitest Boy Alive ‘Rules’
Two Door Cinema Club ‘Tourist History’

And a few favourite songs (in no particular order)

The Smiths There’s a Light That Never Goes Out’
Neal Casal ‘All the Luck in the World’
Kate Bush ‘This Woman’s Work’
Nick Drake ‘Northern Sky’
Joni Mitchell ‘River’
Morrissey ‘Suedehead’
Rosie Thomas ‘Wedding Day’
Josh Rouse ‘Rise’
New Order ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’
The Cure ‘A Forest’
Massive Attack ‘Protection’
Morrissey ‘Why don’t you find out for yourself’
Ryan Adams ‘La Cienaga just Smiled’
Belle and Sebastian ‘The Boy with the Arab Strap’
Snow Patrol ‘Run’
Kings of Convenience ‘I’d rather dance with you’
Josh Rouse ‘It’s the Nightime’
Massive Attack ‘Teardrop’
Marvin Gaye ‘Abraham Martin and John’
Neil Young ‘Old Man’
The Sundays ‘Here’s Where the Story Ends’
Josh Rouse ‘My Love Has Gone’
Neal Casal ‘Today I’m Gonna Bleed’
Radiohead ‘Fake Plastic Trees’
Morrissey ‘Everyday is like Sunday’
Kate Bush ‘L’amour Looks Something Like You’
Carole King ‘It’s Too Late’
Joy Divison ‘Love will tear us apart’
New Order ‘Blue Monday’
Neal Casal ‘Me and Queen Sylvia’
Rosie Thomas ‘Much Farther to Go’
Bjork ‘Bigtime Sensuality’
The Cure ‘Love Song’
Bob Marley ‘Waiting in Vain’
The Guthries ‘Season to Leave’
The Supremes ‘Someday we’ll be together’
Stevie Wonder ‘Superstition’
Ryan Adams ‘When the Stars go blue’
Leftfield ‘Open Up’
The Smiths ‘The Boy with the Thorn in his Side’
The Bible ‘Graceland’
New Order ‘Dream Attack’
The Cure ‘A Forest’
Ryan Adams ‘World War 24’
HEM ‘Stupid Mouth Shut’
Nick Drake ‘Which Will’
Ride ‘From Time to Time’
Sufjan Stevens ‘Chicago’
M Craft ‘You are the Music’
Morrissey ‘Lost’
The Whitest Boy Alive ‘Burning’
Two Door Cinema Club ‘What you Know’
Kings of Convenience ‘Winning a Battle, Losing a War’
Belle and Sebastian ‘Sleep the Clock Around’

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