Music Monday: Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Bluegrass Cover (also, Green Day, other)

My favorite translation:
A nice presentation:
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Music Monday: When I’m Gone – Bluegrass Cover

Welcome to Music Monday! Trying to get back on this regular posting schedule. The song tonight is When I’m Gone, and the theme is genre-bending. The original song is by 3 Doors Down, but this, like the title says, a bluegrass cover. There’s something incredibly satisfying about taking a thing and making it something completely different.
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Music Monday: Hallelujah, Resurrection Day

Happy Easter, everyone! Life has been crazy enough even Music Monday has been a challenge. But, I was talking about blogging with someone today, and thought “Hey, I should do that again.” Today, in honor of Easter Monday, you have “Hallelujah, Resurrection Day”, written by Larry Shackley and sung by the Weaverville United Methodist Church.
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Music Monday: A Month From Now/Whatever You Like by Rail Yard Ghosts

Better late than never, right? Welcome to Music Monday. Today, A Month From Now/Whatever You Like by the Rail Yard Ghosts. I’ve been existing lately with songs stuck in my head, but like metonyms I really only retain a single line that, for good or ill represents the entire song for me. Today’s reminds me of the commoditization of the human person. Continue reading Music Monday: A Month From Now/Whatever You Like by Rail Yard Ghosts

Music Monday: Minnie The Moocher’s Wedding Day by the Juggernaut Jug Band

Did you know that the classic, and many-times-done Minnie the Moocher has a sequel? I did not, until I heard Minnie The Moocher’s Wedding Day on the Juggernaut Jug Band’s “Don’t Try This At Home” album. While many older artists have done this song, I really love the jazzy and smooth style of this one. Check it out below the cut.

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