#1
To anyone who's played gigs, what cover songs have you done and enjoyed, and have the crowd enjoyed?

Just looking for ideas for to beef up my band's repertoire.

Thanks guys.
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Rockin' In The Free World- Neil Young
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#5
Too many to name. All Along the Watchtower and House of the Rising Sun is our favorites to play.
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Velvet Revolver - Slither
Kasabian - Club Foot
Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil
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Around The World; Suck My Kiss - RHCP
My Michelle - GnR
Set Me Free - Velver Revolver
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Megadeth- Holy Wars...The Punishment Due
my favorite song to play at a gig...ever
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#9
In my old band in secondary school we only played covers. usually we went for whatever was cool at the minute, we did Monster by The Automatic and No Tomorrow by Orson, both of which went down very well. We did quite a lot, mostly pop punk stuff. It really depends on your crowd, and ours liked the pop stuff.
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