Jeff Sweatman

#WorkdayWrapUp – cover songs theme 5/13

Every Weekday at 6pm, we do a request hour with a different theme, started by the New Song of the Day.  Here’s what actually got played among the requests tonight…

 

Workday Wrap Up 5/13/13 (Cover songs theme)

 

Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood – Eric Burdon & Jenny Lewis

Nanna & Brynjar from Of Monsters & Men – Kids (MGMT)

Adele – Make You Feel My Love (Bob Dylan)

 

Jack Johnson – A Pirate Looks at 40 (Jimmy Buffett)
Billy Bragg & Wilco – California Stars (Woody Guthrie)

Norah Jones – Jesus Etc (Wilco)

Old School Freight Train – Heart of Glass (Blondie)

Mike Doughty – Country Roads (Take Me Home) (John Denver)

Jack White – Love Is Blindness (U2)

 

JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound – I Am Trying To Break Your Heart (Wilco)

Death Cab For Cutie – World Shut Your Mouth (Julian Cope)

Johnny Cash – Rusty Cage (Soundgarden)

Brandi Carlile w/ The Seattle Symphony – Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen)

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