The all-star performers at the Clinton Foundation Concert have inspired pros and amateurs to cover their hit tunes. Here, a quick rundown on some of the most memorable covers of the past few years.
Rock legend Johnny Cash passed away in 2003, and will always be remembered for his iconic voice, lyrics and all around coolness. But not even the man in black was above performing a cover tune every now and then. One of his best (in our humble opinion) was his version of U2's "One" from "Achtung Baby."
Sixth grader Greyson Michael Chance performed Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" at his middle school performance night. A bold choice, but Greyson hushed any doubters. He brought down the house and racked up millions of clicks for his online video.
Few Lady Gaga covers have been as rockin' as this version of "Telephone." This cover is performed with great humor and showmanship by our brave men in uniform.
Beyoncé isn't scheduled to perform at the Clinton concert, but we'd be remiss if we didn't include at least one cover version of "Single Ladies." It's hard to choose just one, but you can't go wrong with Joe Jonas's cover.
Here's one more for the road: Taylor Swift doing an inspired version of Eminem's "Lose Yourself." It may sound like a recipe for disaster, but Taylor pulls it off the tough lyrics and looks adorable doing it.