Great Covers of Classic Songs from 'Sons of Anarchy'

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While we admit that our DVRs haven’t been set to record FX’s motorcycle-gang drama, Sons Of Anarchy, we’re reconsidering skipping the series now that we’ve learned about the amazing crop of cover songs that have premiered on the show. In the past, they’ve revisited the beloved music of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Leonard Cohen, and now TwentyFourBit has brought us the latest song to premiere on the series: The Kills and Dead Weather frontwoman Alison Mosshart’s lovely, raspy-voiced take on Louis Armstrong’s “What A Wonderful World.” Listen to a slew of fantastic Sons of Anarchy covers we’ve missed, many of which feature music supervisor Bob Thiele’s band the Forest Rangers, after the jump.

Audra Mae covers Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young”

Battleme covers Neil Young’s “Hey Hey, My My”

Katey Sagal & the Forest Rangers cover Leonard Cohen’s “Bird On The Wire”

Lions cover Bob Dylan’s “Girl From The North Country”

Billy Valentine & the Forest Rangers cover John Fogerty’s “Someday Never Comes”

Scott Shriner & the Forest Rangers cover Alice Cooper’s “I’m Eighteen”

Curtis Stigers & the Forest Rangers cover Blind Willie Johnson’s “John The Revelator”