Long Black Veil (acoustic Johnny Cash/Dave Matthews Band cover) – Mike Masse and Jeff Hall



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Long Black Veil by Johnny Cash, an acoustic cover performed by Mike Masse and Jeff Hall. For booking information: Listen on Spotify: Get on iTunes: Buy Mike’s 80-song collection, “Covers (Mostly Live)”:
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Performed by Mike Massé and Jeff Hall on 11/3/08 at the Pie Pizzeria in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Acoustic Recording Session! “Cubanola Glide”: Matt Tolentino acc. Singapore Slingers (Dallas)



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Matt Tolentino; voc, dir – Matt Seppler; c / Eugene LeBeau; tb / Marc Dunbar, Cassie Conway; cl / Jon Stutler cl / Eugene Wennerberg; fl, pic / George Gaglirdi; bj / Robert Edwards; p / Mike Plotkin; d / Irwin Arnstein; tu / Charlie Horwitz; sb

Recorded July 25, 2018 (canaphonic)
Greenland Hills United Methodist Church, Dallas, TX

Transferred digitally via the Electrophone
Immortal Performances, Austin, TX

blanks supplied by John Levin

Niall Horan – Flicker (Acoustic)



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Music video by Niall Horan performing Flicker. (C) 2017 Neon Haze Music Ltd under exclusive license to Capitol Records

O Come to the Altar | Acoustic | Elevation Worship



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Elevation Worship performing an acoustic version of “O Come to the Altar” from their
album “Here As In Heaven”.

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Lyrics:
Are you hurting and broken within
Overwhelmed by the weight of your sin
Jesus is calling
Have you come to the end of yourself
Do you thirst for a drink from the well
Jesus is calling

O come to the altar
The Father’s arms are open wide
Forgiveness was bought with
The precious blood of Jesus Christ

Leave behind your regrets and mistakes
Come today, there’s no reason to wait
Jesus is calling
Bring your sorrows and trade them for joy
From the ashes, a new life is born
Jesus is calling

Oh what a Savior
Isn’t He wonderful
Sing Hallelujah, Christ is risen
Bow down before Him
For He is Lord of all
Sing Hallelujah, Christ is risen

Bear your cross as you wait for the crown
Tell the world of the treasure you found

Written by Steven Furtick, Chris Brown, Wade Joye, Mack Brock
CCLI#: 7051511

rascal flatts – i won’t let go || tlxna acoustic cover [live]



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warning: serious voice cracks. viewers digression advised. lol jk

song starts at 2:52

even after years of performing, voices can still crack on stage. lol. anyways this is one of my go-to songs and i’m glad it was received that well.

iit delhi rendezvous’18, echoes: 3rd prize winner | 16th october 2018

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We Believe – Newsboys (LIVE Acoustic Cover by Drew Greenway)



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This is my cover of We Believe by Newsboys.

Lyrics

In this time of desperation
When all we know is doubt and fear
There is only one foundation
We believe, we believe
In this broken generation
When all is dark, You help us see
There is only one salvation
We believe, we believe

We believe in God the Father
We believe in Jesus Christ
We believe in the Holy Spirit
And He’s given us new life
We believe in the crucifixion
We believe that He conquered death
We believe in the resurrection
And He’s comin’ back again, we believe

So, let our faith be more than anthems
Greater than the songs we sing
And in our weakness and temptations
We believe, we believe!

We believe in God the Father!
We believe in Jesus Christ!
We believe in the Holy Spirit!
And He’s given us new life!
We believe in the crucifixion!
We believe that He conquered death!
We believe in the resurrection!
And He’s comin’ back again!

Let the lost be found and the dead be raised!
In the here and now, let love invade!
Let the church live loud our God we’ll say
We believe, we believe!
And the gates of hell will not prevail!
For the power of God, has torn the veil!
Now we know Your love will never fail!
We believe, we believe!

We believe in God the Father
We believe in Jesus Christ
We believe in the Holy Spirit
And He’s given us new life!
We believe in the crucifixion!
We believe that He conquered death!
We believe in the resurrection!
And He’s comin’ back,
He’s comin’ back again!
He’s comin’ back again!
We believe!
We believe

Eric Church – Like Jesus Does (Acoustic)



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Music video by Eric Church performing Like Jesus Does. (P) (C) 2013 EMI Records Nashville. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Manufactured by Capitol Records Nashville, 401 Commerce Street, Suite 1100, Nashville, TN 37219

Hesitation Blues – Gary Davis – Jim Bruce Acoustic Blues Guitar Lessons



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Blues Guitar Lessons /

The latest blues guitar lesson I produced is Hesitation Blues by Reverend Gary Davis. Although there are loads of versions of this song, not too many of them hit the mark like the Reverend’s work.

One of the hall marks of his playing is the two finger picking, which he has in common with other formidable blues guitar pickers such as Broonzy, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Mance Lipscombe and Doc Watson. With all of these guitarists, the music sounds fluid and syncopated – this is our goal as modern guitarists, ‘How do we get that sound?’

Always, the sense of pace found in this wonderful music is a challenge, and also the level of dexterity required. It’s best to use two fingers like Davis did. Often, two fingers change the feel and timing, making it too pretty. In fact, that is probably one of the worst things we do to these old picking styles, adapting them to modern playing techniques and making it just too pretty and intricate.

That said, it’s a bit tough for us, trying to emulate the blues guitar legends, and they might either be urging us on, or rolling in their graves! It’s difficult for us to try to do because we are just trying to be ‘bluesy’ in our modern world – these guys WERE ‘the blues’. Keep it real.

Have a lot of fun and take it easy.

Cheers
Jim

In addition to finding out tunes through church participation, Davis started to play the harmonica at an early age and began making his own guitars utilizing daily products such as pie pans, pieces of wood and copper circuitry prior to – in an uncommon act of compassion – Davis’ mom purchased him his very first guitar which enabled Davis to get lessons from a regional artist. Throughout this time, Davis came into contact with a unskilled and young guitar player called Fulton Allen – later on to be understood as Blind Boy Fuller – which set Davis on the roadway to a long-lasting enthusiasm for mentor guitar with the likes of Stefan Grossman, Woody Mann, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and Ernie Hawkins all having actually benefitted from the Reverend’s tutorage.

In 1934, following a reconciliation of sorts with his mom, Davis experienced something of a spiritual awakening and, throughout the months of his mom’s decreasing health preceeding her death from a heart condition, he would discover how to count on God’s love to obtain him through. Whilst dates are rather questionable, it appears that Davis was ordained as a minister at Free Will Baptist Connection Church in Washington, North Carolina in 1937 leading him to integrate his newly found enthusiasm for God with his substantial capabilities as a blues guitar player to produce a few of the most vibrant gospel music ever taped.

Brief stints at boarding school – with Davis, in hallmark straight-talking style, giving up since he didn’t like the food – led him to go back to his household’s farm till the age of 21 prior to he began taking a trip from town to town and playing on street corners. Upon his arrival in the town of Greenville, Davis succumbed to his uncle’s guest Mary Hendrix and a few months later on the set were wed. The couple continued to take a trip prior to the marital relationship soured and ended leaving Davis to participate in a duration of recklessness and roaming – sustaining later on unofficial claims that Davis had actually fathered a number of kids throughout this time.

In the late 1920s, Davis lastly settled in Durham, North Carolina and ended up being a routine musical function on the city’s streets along with stints leading a band that used the local celebration circuit. Street musicianship in the United States was no simple flight though and, with theft from a blind individual viewed as a chance by regional petty lawbreakers, Davis started bring a handgun and a knife for his own security – something that would periodically result in his arrest and imprisonment. Throughout this time, Davis entered contact with a unskilled and young guitarist called Fulton Allen – later on to be referred to as Blind Boy Fuller – which set Davis on the roadway to a long-lasting enthusiasm for mentor guitar with the similarity Stefan Grossman, Woody Mann, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and Ernie Hawkins all having actually gained from the Reverend’s tutorage.

In addition to discovering tunes through church presence, Davis started to play the harmonica at an early age and began making his own guitars utilizing daily products such as pie pans, pieces of wood and copper electrical wiring prior to – in an uncommon act of compassion – Davis’ mom purchased him his very first guitar which enabled Davis to obtain lessons from a regional artist.

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Rhett Walker Band Live (Acoustic): All I Need (Augusta, GA- 9/25/13)



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Rhett and band performing a live, acoustic, 4 song mini set. Recorded live at LifeWay Christian Store in Augusta, Georgia, on 9/25/13. Sponsored by Christian radio station WAFJ 88.3 FM and LifeWay Christian Store.

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