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3 awesome new acoustic covers to enjoy

If you are following me on social media, you may have seen me post some of my latest acoustic covers UK and enjoyed my renditions of these tracks already. If so, you can probably give this article a miss (whilst you wait for my next one, why not listen to my acoustic music on Spotify?).

For those of you who don't, here are some of my latest acoustic covers which you can listen to here on my website or head over to my YouTube channel and binge. These is an Acoustic Covers UK playlist, so you can follow that and be in the know whenever I release another.

Feel free to comment (anywhere you like) if you have any requests. Much like your local pub band I may completely ignore you unless it's already in my repertoire. However, if the recommendation is epic, I may take time out of my super busy life to learn, record, upload, and promote it.

Without further ado, here are my latest 3 acoustic covers for you to enjoy!

Oasis "Wonderwall" Acoustic Cover

Arguably one of the most popular acoustic covers of all time, no acoustic singer is complete without this classic in their bag of tricks.

My rendition is slower and more sombre than the original.

I hope you enjoy...

Liked that did you? Want to listen to more?

Well carry on reading.

If you didn't, I do apologise - I try my hardest but am limited by skill, talent, and equipment. Feel free to donate any of those things.

The Verve "Lucky Man" Acoustic Cover

I love this song and have played it many times with my band The Codes. The track is a simple one for the acoustic guitar player, so if you haven't already, I recommend learning the song. It is a good crowd pleaser if your audience are Brit Pob fans.

Still there?

Wow, great to see you soaking up all these acoustic covers by me, Chris Olson Music. Don't forget, I also have music on Spotify, so make sure you check out my acoustic tracks there.

So, lastly...

Greenday "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" Acoustic Cover

Such a pretty and moving song, Billy Joe Armstrong will always be one of my all-time favourite songwriters.

I learned this on the acoustic guitar a long time ago, but still play it regularly. It's one of the first songs I play whenever I change my guitar strings, which is not regularly enough!

So there you have it.

Stay tuned for more acoustic covers UK by me, Chris Olson Music.

Love to you all!


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