New Releases: March 16, 2010

March 16, 2010

Here’s a list of the newest cover songs that are hitting the market today. If you see anything missing, feel free to contact me!

Dropkick MurphysBaba O’Riley (The Who)

White StripesJolene (Dolly Parton)

Kinnie StarrAnother’s Gone (Another One Bites The Dust) (Queen)

Umphrey’s McGeeYYZ (Rush), London Calling (The Clash), Waiting Room (Fugazi), & Fool In The Rain (Led Zeppelin)

moe.Karma Police (Radiohead)

Streetlight ManifestoBirds Flying Away (Mason Jennings), Hell (Squirrel Nut Zippers), Just (Radiohead), Skyscraper (Bad Religion), Punk Rock Girl (The Dead Milkmen), Linoleum (NOFX), Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard (Simon & Garfunkel), They Provide the Paint for the Picture-Perfect Masterpiece That You Will Paint on the Insides of Your Eyelids (Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution), Red Rubber Ball (The Cyrkle), The Troubador (Louis Jordan), & Such Great Heights (The Postal Service)

Popa ChubbyAce of Spades (Motorhead)

Aaron KellyI’m Already There (Lonestar)

Crystal BowersoxGive Me One Reason (Tracy Chapman)

Alex LambertTrouble (Ray LaMontagne)

Didi BenamiRhiannon (Fleetwood Mac)

Andrew GarciaGenie In A Bottle (Christina Aguilera)

Katelyn EpperlyI Feel The Earth Move (Carole King)

Casey JamesYou’ll Think of Me (Keith Urban)

Katie Stevens Breakaway (Kelly Clarkson)

Lee DewyzeFireflies (Owl City)

Michael LyncheThis Woman’s Work (Maxwell)

Lacey BrownThe Story (Brandi Carlile)

Tim UrbanHallelujah (Leonard Cohen)

Lilly ScottI Fall To Pieces (Patsy Cline)

Todrick HallSomebody To Love (Queen)

Finally, if you know of a new release that you’d like to see included in CBN’s New Release wall, please visit the Submissions page. You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter.

Cover Headlines: Feb. 18, 2010

February 18, 2010

  • On March 2nd, The Gaslight Anthem, Living Colour, Matt Nathanson, The Smithereens, Bettye LaVette, and Bobby McFerrin (among others) will be paying tribute to The Who at Carnegie Hall in NYC. 100% of the net proceeds from this event to benefit: Fixing Instruments for Kids in Schools, Church Street School for Music & Art, The Pinwheel Project, Music Unites, The American Symphony Orchestra and Young Audiences New York. For those who can’t attend the March 2nd show can also attend a live rehearsal show on March 1st. [Read More]
  • Streetlight Manifesto has posted the track listing for the first volume in their 99 Songs of Revolution series. The disc features covers of The Dead Milkmen, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Radiohead, Bad Religion, and more. [Read More]
  • Cancer Bats have posted a video for their cover of the Beastie Boys‘ “Sabatoge.” The video can be seen HERE, but you’ll have to first post a link to your Twitter or Facebook page in order to view the video (as per the band).
  • Reckless Kelly‘s new disc “Somewhere In Time” features 12 songs originally written by Pinto Bennett, founder of the Famous Motel Cowboys. [Read More]
  • Finally, our Measuring Up feature on Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” has been racking up the votes! Currently, the cast of Glee is dominating with 49% of the votes. Do you agree, or do you prefer Family Guy, Steel Panther, Number One Gun, or simply the original? [Vote Now]