Post the best covers made by non known or successful musicians.
Mine goes for "Asep Stone - Red House" and "Asep Stone - Voodoo Chile"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpBsJEZQyf4 (3:55)
The guy is a BUSKER! Though he does the best Hendrix tributes I EVER heard :|

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This one is so sweet,
its a vai piece and he nailed it, every damn note
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stellar kart did a cover of living on a prayer by bon jovi


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Matt Weddle's acoustic cover of Outkast's 'Hey Ya.'

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i'm pretty sure it'd be "unknown" not "non known"... That sounds ridiculous. And no band is really unknown, I mean, somebody knows everybody right? So it'd probably be best to say something along the lines of less popular bands or something like that...

Sorry, it was really starting to get under my skin.

Anyways, it's not from an "unknown" band, but not a lot of people have heard the cover.
"Never Let Me Down" by the Smashing Pumpkins, originally by Depeche Mode (two of my favorite bands )

EDIT: Also, there was this guy with a ukelele that did a cover on "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"... It was absolutely amazing... Can't find it though dog gammit.
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Covers ton's of Bowie songs singing in Portuguese. It works amazingly well.

He's also in City of God.

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Skywynd did a pretty sweet version of Happiest Days of Out Lives/Another Brick in the Wall Pt II,III
Not sure if he's well known, but Richie Havens does a good Here Comes The Sun (Beatles) cover