Live at the Gaslight

Live at the Gaslight is a platform for us to showcase our favorite modern artists breathing new life into some of their favorite old songs – at least 50 years old in keeping with the spirit of Gaslight Records.

If you're a band/artist that would like to get a song up on this site and then bask in the mountain of free publicity that comes with it, all you have to do is record a tune and email it to [email protected].

Ernest Ellis covers 16th Century Traditional Barbara Allen

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February 27th, 1967: Ernest Ellis covers 16th Century Traditional Barbara Allen

Here's the first of what will hopefully be many installments of Live at the Gaslight. We intend for Live at the Gaslight to be a great platform for us to showcase our favorite modern artists

 
Scotty Long performing Wanda Jackson's 'Funnel of Love'

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May 1st, 1966: Scotty Long performing Wanda Jackson's "Funnel of Love"

For the sixth instalment of ‘Live at the Gaslight’ we are pleased to introduce you to the raspy, righteous and downright delightful sound of Scotty Long. Scotty has become an institution of the live

 
Peter Stone Brown covers Bob Dylan's 'She Belongs To Me'

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October 26th, 1965: Peter Stone Brown covers Bob Dylan's "She Belongs To Me"

For our fifth instalment of Live At The Gaslight we are proud to present Peter Stone Brown from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, performing Bob Dylan's "She Belongs To Me".

 
Folk singer Mark Cohen covers 'Samson & Delilah (If I Had My Way)'

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September 24th, 1965: Folk singer Mark Cohen covers "Samson & Delilah (If I Had My Way)"

​For the fourth instalment of our Live At The Gaslight series, we are proud to present singer/songwriter Mark Cohen from Buffalo, New York, covering the traditional “Samson & Delilah

 
Nicky A. Woolfman performing Phil Spector's 'Spanish Harlem'

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August 9th, 1965: Nicky A. Woolfman performing Phil Spector's 'Spanish Harlem'

​In this installment of Live at the Gaslight, Nicky A. Woolfman delivers a stellar cover of Phil Spector's “Spanish Harlem” (1960). The song was first made popular by Ben E. King in 1961

 
We Dead cover Charlie Feathers, 'Can't Hardly Stand It'

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April 1st, 1965: We Dead cover Charlie Feathers, 'Can't Hardly Stand It'

​In the second instalment of Live at the Gaslight, Sydney duo We Dead cover the Charlie Feathers classic from 1956, "Can't Hardly Stand It".

 
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