SOA’s Ed Sheeran Covers ‘Wonderwall’ by Oasis

Image Credit: People's Choice
Image Credit: People’s Choice

Ok, so there’s been some serious disagreements online about Ed Sheeran (Make It Rain, Sons of Anarchy) and his cover of ‘Wonderwall’ by Oasis. Ed definitely went out of his way to make this cover truly his own – which is what we totally love about him – but a lot of people aren’t feeling his changes to the popular song. Today, SOA Fanatics, you get to be the judge.

Ed covered the ┬áRyan Adams version of the song, and apparently a lot of people think he’s taken the climax out of it, that his vocals are off, and that he’s just made it too different. But isn’t that the point of covers? If every single one always sounded the same, then why cover them, right? In some good reviews, people say that they loved his version, and not to worry about what others think.

You’re up, SOA Fanatics. Listen to the cover below and tell us where you stand in the comments. We love Ed Sheeran, and we’re here to support him no matter what he does – after all, he’s contributed hugely to Sons of Anarchy and Gemma Teller-Morrow (Katey Sagal)’s storyline. We can’t wait to hear your opinions!


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