Battle of the Bands RESULTS: Losing My Religion

Here are the results from my latest Battle of the Bands, which featured R.E.M.’s 1991 hit Losing My Religion. The battle was between Passenger and Jacqui Naylor.

Well, Jacqui Naylor sure didn’t fare well in this battle! She only managed to pull in one vote..and it wasn’t mine. I voted with the majority and went with Passenger.

Final Tally:

Passenger:  9 votes

Jacqui Naylor:  1 vote

I’ll be back on June 15th for another battle. Until then, I’ll leave you with a few Passenger originals. First up is Let Her Go from Passenger’s third album All the Little Lights, released in 2012:

Next up is Somebody’s Love, the lead single from his most recent album Young as the Morning, Old as the Sea, released late last year:


See ya on the 15th!

8 thoughts on “Battle of the Bands RESULTS: Losing My Religion

    • Hi Lee. Yeah I really like their sound. Glad to hear that you were already familiar with his (their) music.
      Enjoy your weekend…


  1. Well, thankfully you escaped a shutout (by the skin of your teeth).

    MICHELE, I think maybe you need to join us on the Tiny Tim Train.

    ~ D-FensDogG
    ‘Loyal American Underground’

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  2. Michele,

    I was totally in the minority this round, huh? lol That’s ok. I had to vote my conscience and while I like Passenger especially “Let Her Go” I didn’t like them covering “Losing My Religion”. Jacqui’s tempo was a bit too slow but I enjoyed it over all the best. I will listen to more of her mewsic to see I can discover. Thanks for sharing!

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    • Hey Cathy. Happy Monday! I’m so glad to have brought Jacqui Naylor into your world. I hope you discover many things about her music to like. She sure has a great reputation and her talent well respected.


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