OK< here's my second song for the weekend. It's Matthew Mayfield covering what until now I had considered to be un-coverable, U2's "Where the Streets Have No Name" (which was not written about the grid system in Utah, by the way).
Mayfield will be opening for Needtobreathe one week from today, on Oct. 26, at The Depot, for one of my most-anticipated shows of the year. I will be speaking to Matthew later today.
And, for good measure, here is him taking on Coldplay's "Fix You":
And I can't stop. Britney Spears' "Toxics':
And I'm not even including his video that features a half-naked Brittany Snow.
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|2.||Assault case dropped against Ralston, man trapped in Utah canyon|
|3.||Aron Ralston, who cut off arm to escape Utah canyon, jailed in Denver|
|4.||Susan Boyle says Asperger’s diagnosis was a relief|
|5.||Mitt Romney documentary a standout amid Sundance’s stars|
|6.||Smallpools and beach balls, all part of Salt Lake City’s Eve 5.0|
|7.||Witness to guide Idaho search for plane|
|8.||Stars will shine in Sundance premieres|
|9.||Deborah Voigt joins Mormon Tabernacle Choir for annual Christmas extravaganza|
|10.||Kirby: Investigating the truth about Santa Claus|