Man! I feel like a cover: Sheer Mag covered Shania Twain at a wedding

Sheer Mag covered Shania Twain at a wedding

Their version of ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman’ is every bit as glorious as you think it is.

Philly bunch Sheer Mag recently announced that their debut album proper, ‘Need To Feel Your Love’, will be out this summer - three cheers all round!

In advance of its release, and being no strangers to the DIY house show circuit, they were recently performing at a wedding in North Carolina and in the process decided to bring out a version of Shania Twain’s 1997 county-rock crossover chart smash ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman’. And it’s every bit as amazing as you think it is.

Straight from the recognisable opening melody, Sheer Mag put a bit of a bluesy, scuzzy spin on the tune and obviously got everyone up and dancing. Now where can we book Sheer Mag for a future wedding…?

Watch Sheer Mag cover ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman’ below.

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