March Madness 2022 Live Covers Tournament – Championship
Vote for this year's March Madness 2022 Live Covers Tournament Champion!
JamBase’s March Madness Live Covers Tournament has reached the Championship. Vote now on Phish‘s cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “If 6 Was 9” or Billy & The Kids with Billy Strings and James Casey covering Bob Dylan‘s “Tangled Up In Blue” and help select the 2022 champion!
The initial Round 1 matched head-to-head covers of the same song. Covers earning more votes moved on to Round 2 to battle against different songs. Round 3 saw the Elite 8 remaining competitors facing off for a bid in the Final Four.
The Final Four matchups pitted the aforementioned Phish cover of “If 6 Was 9” against ‘s cover Joni Mitchell‘s of “River.” The other battle was the previously mentioned guest-filled Billy & The Kids cover of “Tangled Up In Blue” that defeated Goose’s cover of the Grateful Dead’s “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo.” Both Phish and Billy & The Kids won by wide margins.
As with previous rounds, vote for your favorite songs, favorite bands, favorite guest spots, pick a cover that’s most like the original or one that’s a wholly new arrangement … It’s up to you to decide the criteria for who should win. Championship voting is open between now and 11:59 p.m. PT on Sunday night (April 3).
Now Go Vote On Live Music!
Phish vs. Billy & The Kids with Billy Strings and James Casey
Which cover do you prefer, "If Six Was 9" or "Tangled Up In Blue?"
- Billy & The Kids with Billy Strings and James Casey covering Bob Dylan's "Tangled Up In Blue" 52%
- Phish covering Jimi Hendrix's "If Six Was 9" 48%
JamBase’s 2022 March Madness Live Covers Tournament is powered by the JamBase Live Video Archive (JBLVA), which features over 100,000 live music videos that are easy-to-find, filter and watch all in one convenient place. Explore the JamBase Live Video Archive (JBLVA) for more live covers that might make the JamBase March Madness Live Covers tournament next year. Championship Round voting is open until 11:59 p.m. PT on Sunday night (April 3).