Madison Beer has shared a gorgeous cover of a classic song by The Everly Brothers.
The pop star performed her own version of ‘All I Have To Do Is Dream’, which was made famous by the rock and roll duo in 1958.
The original song was written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, but was given to Don and Phil Everly and became one of their many hits.
Beer delivered her own take on the track for The Ellen Show earlier this week. Performing on a bed with just a microphone, the singer was accompanied by a simple guitar melody for the stripped-back cover.
The star also performed her own song ‘Blue’ on the US TV show, which originally appeared on her debut album ‘Life Support’. For that song, she moved to a room decorated with fringe curtains and was joined by a band. Watch both of her performances below now.
Speaking to The Forty-Five earlier this year, Beer discussed her formative experiences in the music industry, including her time being managed by Scooter Braun, manager to the likes of Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato.
After explaining that Braun didn’t give her a say in her career and made her feel like she didn’t know what she was talking about because she was a “little girl”, Beer said: “I hold value and if you can’t see it and don’t want me to have a voice, I am out.
“There are times where I haven’t felt heard, and I think ‘I won’t back down,’ I don’t care how big and scary you are, if you’re the head of a label, or a president.. I will not be demeaned.”
She also spoke about the perception of her as a “strong boss bitch”, explaining it had “taken me years of abuse and trauma and being bullied and told I wasn’t good enough for my entire life to get to this place”.