Tracy chapman sings 'talkin' bout a revolution On The Eve Of Election Day
Tracy Chapman performed her timeless hit, "Talkin", Bout a Revolution ahead of Election Day on Late Night With Seth Meyers.
Tracy Chapman conveyed her first TV execution in quite a while with a version of "Talkin' 'Bout a Revolution" on Late Night With Seth Meyers Monday, 2nd November.
The vocalist musician sent in a clear clasp of her playing out the melody before a dark blind. In spite of the fact that the track off Chapman's 1988 debut stays as ageless as could be expected, the artist changed the last theme to make it much more opportune the night prior to the 2020 elections: "It’s finally the tables are starting to turn/Talkin’ bout a revolution, oh no/Talkin’ bout a revolution, oh no/Talkin’ bout a revolution, go vote." Chapman at that point moved away from her microphone to uncover a small "Vote" sign.
While Chapman infrequently makes television appearances, she delivered an explanation in front of her Late Night performance, saying, "This is the most important election of our lifetime. It is imperative that everyone vote to restore our democracy."
Seth Meyers added: "I’ve always thought Tracy Chapman’s music skips your ears and goes straight to your heart. I’m so honored and excited to have her on the show. She’s living proof you can be a great artist while also speaking out for what you believe in."
While Chapman will in general avoid the spotlight herself, her music keeps on living on and her breakout hit "Fast Car," specifically, has seen a significant resurgence as of recent year. The track has been covered by a variety of craftsmen including Khalid, Luke Combs, Passenger, and Black Pumas. "The guitar part on that song is super iconic, and everyone knows the song as soon as you start playing it," Combs recently told Rolling Stone. "They know it, and they sing along. It’s like ‘Free Bird’ or ‘Jolene.'"