So, I play in a mostly Rockabilly band. We typically try to play the rockabilly songs no other bands in our area cover that aren't 1-4-5's, but we also play some newer rockabilly, old country, blues songs, and more recently punk and classic rock. Thing is, I REALLY enjoy the challenge of trying to play songs that were initially played on bass guitar on the upright bass. I get to be creative and put my own stamp on it. I'll post a link to it, but an example would be covering Barracuda by Heart. We also do a version of Zeppelins "Good Times, Bad Times" that is an absolute blast to play. Am I alone here? Does anyone else enjoy stepping outside the box a little bit? I love seeing players like Miles Mosley cover Voodoo Child or Adam Ben Ezra's Beatles cover being posted. I think it expands the realm of possibilities for the instrument. Curious if I'm in the minority here. Here's a FB link to a snippet of us playing "Barracuda" last Friday night. Not the best quality, but you get the idea.