Country Jam Colorado 2015 was a four days of talent and great music. But artists didn't just play their own songs, however — they also sang fun covers, from "Uptown Funk" to TLC and a little of everything in between. Check out the best covers of the weekend from your favorite country singers!

The Band Perry, "Fat Bottomed Girls"

The Band Perry headlined the first night of Country Jam 2015, and they got the crowd riled up with a Queen cover, on which Neil Perry took the lead. Talk about an unexpected treat!

LoCash, "Waterfalls"

This was one of the most surprising covers performed at Country Jam. LoCash showed off their R&B side with a rendition of "Waterfalls," which was made popular by T-Boz, Left Eye and Chilli — known best as TLC.

The Band Perry, "Uptown Funk"

TBP love to get down, and they proved it Friday night (June 19) in Grand Junction with their own version of "Uptown Funk." With dance moves and tight harmonies, the sibling trio proved why they're one of the best live shows in country music.

Logan Mize, "You Wreck Me"

Logan Mize channeled his inner Tom Petty on the first day of Country Jam 2015, and it was quite the treat. The #DadBod-rocking singer performed "You Wreck Me" to a receptive crowd, even in the Colorado heat. It was definitely a first day highlight.

Rachele Lynae, "Rolling in the Deep"

It may have been a country festival, but that doesn't mean things didn't get soulful throughout the weekend. Rachele Lynae showcased her incredible vocals with a rendition of Adele's huge hit, "Rolling in the Deep."

Frankie Ballard, "Old Time Rock and Roll"

Frankie Ballard may only be 32, but he's an old soul, which he demonstrated with "Old Time Rock and Roll" at Country Jam. The ladies went wild for that slick hair!

Thompson Square, "Family Tradition"

Who doesn't love a Hank Williams Jr. singalong? Thompson Square sang "Family Tradition" and the entire crowd joined in.

Amanda Watkins, "Pink Houses"

Country sweetheart Amanda Watkins rocked the stage wearing a pair of daisy dukes and a big smile when she sang "Pink Houses." The cutie did her very best John Mellencamp impression with the song while she swayed on stage.

Jackson Michelson, "No Diggity"

Jackson Michelson loves to get down on some '90s pop and R&B. In fact, he sang a medley of 'classics' when he took the stage, including "No Diggity," made popular by Blackstreet. No diggity, no doubt.

Kacey Musgraves, "No Scrubs"

Kacey Musgraves has a serious boyfriend, but she still doesn't want "no scrub," and apparently neither do any of the ladies in the Country Jam 2015 audience who sang right along with her.

Billy Currington, "Friends in Low Places"

Billy Currington is a very popular singer, but even he has friends in low places. The curly-haired star sang a song by his idol Garth Brooks and he got the entire audience singing along.

Charley Jenkins, "Thank God I'm a Country Boy"

It's no secret that at Country Jam, everyone loves a good country boy. Charley Jenkins is most definitely a country boy. The singer got on stage and sang the John Denver song "Thank God I'm a Country Boy." It was his best cover and a true country moment to experience on Sunday (June 21).

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