Canadian musician Jamie Dupuis has once again mesmerized his fans with his instrumental cover of the classic rock song “Behind Blue Eyes” by The Who. Using a unique instrument, the harp guitar, to create a fresh and captivating sound.
Dupuis is known for his remarkable fingerstyle guitar playing and his ability to add a unique twist to classic rock songs. His rendition of “Behind Blue Eyes” is no exception. The haunting melody and powerful lyrics of the original song are brought to life with his skilled and delicate touch on the strings of the harp guitar.
“Behind Blue Eyes” is a song by the British rock band The Who. It was written by the band’s guitarist, Pete Townshend, and originally intended to be part of a rock opera called “Lifehouse.” The song was released in 1971 as a single and also included on their album “Who’s Next.”
This is not the first time that Dupuis has impressed music lovers with his covers of classic rock songs. He has shared his instrumental versions of songs like “Have You Seen The Rain” by CCR and “Comfortably Numb” by Pink Floyd, among others. His covers have earned him a significant following on YouTube and social media.
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