Not as famous as the others I have referred to from my blog, but he is definitely amazing on the electric
guitar violin. Ed Alleyne Johnson is a famous busker in UK. Here is one of my favorite songs, “Orange”, from his cd “Ultraviolet” performed live.
Whitney Houston needs no introduction.
Don’t want to get sappy with ya, but this is a very nice song.
One hell of a live performance by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. I personally love the deep tone of her voice that also has some rawness sprinkled over it.
Legendary soul singer Otis Redding on “Try A Little Tenderness”.
This arrangement is actually a bit faster and more powerful than the recorded version. Hard to say which one is better for first time viewers: it’s a lot of raw power to handle!
Blues legend Muddy Waters & harp legend Sonny Boy Williamson II on “Got My Mojo Working”.
Speaking of The Rolling Stones: here they are singing “Hoochie Coochie Man”, a song by Muddy Waters, with Muddy Waters. And if you listen to the music, you know Elvis was inspired by Muddy Waters as well.