Ed Sheeran Covers Bob Dylan Track

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Ed Sheeran recently covered a classic folk song originally done by music legend Bob Dylan. The song he covered is entitled, “Masters of War.” He covered the track as part of a charity album by ONE campaign. The foundation was found by U2’s Bono and was designed to help fight poverty and diseases. You can check out Ed Sheeran’s cover in the video below.

It’s hard enough to do a cover, but when you do a cover of a song that was originally performed by a legend, it gets even tougher. Not surprisingly, Ed’s version was nice and it’s also a little unique. His cover was good because it didn’t really sound like another cover song, he made it his own. That’s a hallmark of a great singer and Ed Sheeran definitely is a great singer.

What do you think of Ed’s version of the Bob Dylan classic “Masters of War”? If you’ve heard the original do you think is version is as good or better than the original? Do you think Ed Sheeran is one of the most talented singers of his generation? I think he his and that’s no something to take lightly. It takes talent and dedication to make it in the music industry, and Ed Sheeran goes beyond all that.

Article source from POPSTAR! Magazine

About Anna Peel

Anna Peel is a professional freelance writer who lives in Savannah, Georgia. Much of her work can be found on various websites including CheapToday and Wasabi Media Group. She also writes for her own shopping blog Shop In Chic.

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