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Leo Moracchioli (Frog Leap Studios on YouTube)

Style: Metal

Most popular cover: Adele – Hello

 

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox (PostmodernJukebox on YouTube)

Style: Swing & Jazz

Most popular cover: Radiohead – Creep

 

Steve’n’Seagulls (Steve Seagulls on YouTube)

Style: Bluegrass

Most popular cover: AC/DC – Thunderstruck

 

VSQ (Vitamin String Quartet on YouTube)

Style: Classic

Most popular cover: Daft Punk – Get Lucky

 

Anthony Vincent (Ten Second Songs on YouTube)

Style: Usually 20 different styles per cover

Most popular cover: Katy Perry – Dark Horse

 

Boyce Avenue (boyceavenue on YouTube)

Style: Pop Rock

Most popular cover: Justin Timberlake – Mirrors

 

Walk off the Earth (Walk off the Earth on YouTube)

Style: Ska & Alternative Rock

Most popular cover: Gotye – Somebody That I Used to Know

 

Bart Baker (Bart Baker on YouTube)

Style: Parody

Most popular cover: Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball

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