Cassadee Pope Covers Bon Jovi’s ‘Bed of Roses,’ Nails It [Watch]
Cassadee Pope may be a country girl, but that doesn't mean she can't rock. The singer channeled her inner Bon Jovi for a cover song and absolutely killed it (in a good way).
Pope took on BJ's popular 'Bed of Roses,' even shooting a dramatic black and white video for the song. The clip shows Pope walking through a venue, getting ready to perform for the crowd. She gives a hair flip and checks her microphone before walking onto the stage, which is surrounded by screaming fans.
"This is one of my favorite songs of all time," she tells the crowd. "It's called 'Bed of Roses.' If any of you feel like putting anything that lights up in the air, cell phones, lighters, any of that good stuff, make me feel like I'm in outer space!"
The crowd obeys. Dim lights are seen throughout the venue as Pope transports herself -- and the audience -- to another world. The song is accompanied only by an acoustic guitar at first, with Pope's beautiful voice taking the lead.
The cover is beautifully done, and its simple nature allows this singer's vocal abilities to really shine through. "I wanna lay you down in a bed of roses," Pope sings, throwing her head back with emphasis.
It's not the first time the singer has covered the tune -- it was actually one she took out on the road with her and played many times at her shows, but she was inspired to make a video of it. We're glad she did.
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