One of the songs on the Zach Brown Band's album Foundation is a cover of The Band's The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down. Here's a snippet:
Joan Baez also covered the song:
Of interest here is that Joan got the lyrics wrong. You can hear her plainly sing when so much cavalry came in the opening lines. Actually, the line is when Stoneman's cavalry came, a reference to Major General George Stoneman's 1865 cavalry raid through southern Virginia and North Carolina.
You can hear it clearly when the great Johnny Cash covering the song:
But as much as I love Cash, nobody--and I mean nobody--is ever going to touch The Band, especially in a live concert setting [this is the clip from The Last Waltz]:
As the man said in the beginning of the clip: Naw, it's not like it used to be.
A little music, rather than politics, to end off a lazy Saturday evening....