Favorite Songs of All Time

Discover the all time great songs these artists flip out over.

There’s no shortage of talent in today’s Savannah music scene. Whether it be veteran bands such as the Train Wrecks, or newcomers like Josh Johansson, surely each artist has songs that influenced them to write their own material, helped comfort them on a rainy day, or will always be their go-to song to sing in the shower.

Scroll down to reveal these artists favorite songs of all time …

1. Josh Johansson

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke
“Whipping Post” – Allman Brothers Band
Josh Johansson

2. Ellis Duncan

“The Thrill Is Gone” – B.B. King
“As the Years Go Passing By” – Albert King
“John the Revelator” – Son House
“Love in Vain Blues” – Robert Johnson
“Going Down” – Freddie King
Ellis Duncan of the Kyle Yardley Blues Band

3. Jon Lee Murphy

“Even the Losers” – Tom Petty
“Mind Games” – John Lennon
“Over the Rainbow” – Jackie Wilson
“I’ve Come a Long Way” – Wilson Pickett
“Bridge of Sighs” – Robin Trower
Jon Lee Murphy

4. Xulu Jones

“When Doves Cry” – Prince
“Are You Experienced?” – Jimi Hendrix
“Ain’t Nobody” – Chaka Khan
“The Message” – Grandmaster Flash
“Beat It” – Michael Jackson
Xulu Jones of XuluProphet

5. Drew Gill

“Bessie Smith” – The Band
“Moon River” – Johnny Mercer
“Layla” – Eric Clapton
Anything by Eric and Duane Allman
Drew Gill

6. Brandi Womack Harvey

“Unchained Melody” – Righteous Brothers
“Bohemian Rhapsody” – Queen
“Eden” – Sara Bareilles
“Skylark” – KD Lang’s version
“The Briar and the Rose”
Brandi Womack Harvey of Moss City Groove

7. Stuart Kinzel

“At Last” – Etta James
“Flying High Again” – Ozzy Osbourne
“Riviera Paradise” – Stevie Ray Vaughan
“Toccata and Fugue in D’Minor” – Bach
“Angel” – Jimi Hendrix
Stuart Kinzel of the Kyle Yardley Blues Band

8. Willie Jackson

“Let’s Stay Together” – Al Green
“Bennie And the Jets” – Elton John
“Melissa” – Allman Brothers
“Let’s Get It On” – Marvin Gaye
“Spend My Life with You” – Eric Benét
Willie Jackson

9. Kyle Yardley

“Mother in-law Blues” – Junior Parker
“I Smell a Rat” – Buddy Guy
“I Was Fooled” – Billy Boy Arnold
“Blind Man (Live)” – Little Milton
“Gone for Good” – Larry McCray
Kyle Yardley

10. Ty Thompson

“Little Birdy” – Ween
“Can’t Seem to Make You Mine” – The Seeds
“Bike” – Pink Floyd
“Walking with Jesus” – Spacemen 3
“In My Life” – The Beatles
Ty Thompson of Reverend Bro Diddley and the Hips, and the Hypnotics

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  1. “Mother-In-Law Blues” by Junior Parker (one of Kyle Yardley’s picks) is one of my favorite blues songs. I used to sing this on stage with Hitman quite often back in the day.

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