12 Stunning Covers By Laine Hardy Including Luke Combs, Elvis Presley, QUEEN, Elton John, Pearl Jam And More

Laine Hardy is most known for putting his hometown on the maps with his songs like “Ground I Grew Up On,” “Other LA,” “Let There Be Country” and “Tiny Town.” However, the singer has covered several songs that he enjoys to sing by artists that inspire him including Queen, Elvis Presley, Elton John and more. We’ve compiled a list of 12 covers that Hardy  has released over the years that have really impressed us.

Music Mayhem recently named Hardy an artist to watch in 2021, saying “the Louisiana native may have been the champion of Season 17 of American Idol in 2019 but we think he is going to be the champion of country music in 2021.”

**The below Laine Hardy covers are in no particular order.**

Queen – “Fat Bottom Girls”

Elvis Presley – “Blue Suede Shoes”

Luke Combs – “Better Together”

Harry Styles – “Falling”

Chris Stapleton – “Broken Halos”

The Band Of Heathens – “Hurricane”

Creedence Clearwater Revival – “Have You Ever Seen The Rain”

Bob Seger – “Turn The Page”

The Beatles – “Come Together”

Elton John – “Something About the Way You Look Tonight”

Pearl Jam – “Last Kiss”

Whiskey Myers – “Virginia”

 

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