One of our favorite things we do all month is view all the submissions for our "Can YOU Sing?" cover competition!
And this month was especially pleasurable because we chose Jason Mraz's new single, I Won't Give Up, and that song is so exquisite! We can't get enough!
And we also can't stop listening to The Lorentzen's cover! They are the very worthy winners!!! Our favorite entry - by far!
Check out their Lady Antebellum meets church take on the song (above)! SOOOOOO GOOD!!!!!
Second place goes to Anna Palmerola! Her version is very lovely AND she did something no one has ever done in our "Can YOU Sing?" cover competition before!
Anna made the song her own with not just her beautiful arrangement, but she also flipped the song and turned into on a Spanglish tune by adding her own lyrics in Spanish! So smart! So effective!
Check out Anna's version of I Won't Give Up below. And….
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Congrats are also due to all of our fabulous honorable mentions, such as…
Peter Hollens, who shows that sometimes all you need is a great voice! And then you just clone your self! Check out Peter and Peter and Peter and Peter doing his take on Mraz's tune (below)!
Alec Benjamin, whose voice is just… wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! It reminds us of Damien Rice and Ed Sheeran! Check out his version of I Won't Give Up (below)!
Jake Bruene, who also decided to put an acapella spin on the song and sing with many version of himself. Very effective, though! Such beautiful harmonies! Take a listen below!
Matthew Jordan, whose straightforward take on the song is a simple and beautiful! You can really tell in his voice that he CONNECTED with the song! Check out his cover (below)!
Lukas Bowker and his brother Max! These two are two heartthrobs that are going to make teen girls everywhere melt!!! Check out their swoon-worthy version (below)!
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