Careless Whisper Cover

Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio recently shared an instrumental cover of George Michael’s “Careless Whisper.” Colemine Records will release the latest album by the soul-jazz group from Seattle, I Told You So on January 29. For this cover, they keep the song’s signature melodic makeup and meld it with a contemporary twist. Listen below to hear the cover and decide whether or not it’s worth buying.

George Michael’s “Careless Whisper” was a hit song in the early 1980s. It is still very popular today, especially among those who have recently split up. Fans praised Kelly Clarkson’s cover of the song, claiming that the singer would approve. This cover is one of Kelly’s 500+ songs. Fans have flooded the show’s comments area, praising her tribute to George Michael.

George Michael released “Careless Whisper” in 1984, and it became one of the first million-selling singles for the British record label Epic Records. In the United States, the song became platinum-certified and George Michael received the Ivor Novello award for Most Performed Work. Wham! released it after it was written by Andrew Ridgeley and George Michael, two British artists. in 1984. The song became a hit instantly and the band was nominated for a Grammy.

George Michael’s “Careless Whisper”, one of the most well-known songs in pop culture, is a classic. Kelly Clarkson’s strong vocal range makes it easy to choose the song for Tuesday’s Kellyoke on The Kelly Clarkson Show. Performing the song without a saxophonist, the singer was backed by a guitar player and keyboardist. It was a soulful, uplifting cover that gave us chills!

“Careless Whisper” was a breakthrough hit for Michael Jackson’s solo career. Andrew Ridgeley wrote the song. It reached the top of Billboard’s Hot 100 for three and four weeks. Ridgeley’s version of the song later found its way onto the Kellyoke album. However, the original sax solo was a memorable feature of the song. After unsuccessfully auditioning 10 players, Michael set out to find a saxophonist. He finally found one in Steve Gregory, and it became a hit for both the band and Michael.

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