Depending on who you ask, the adage "true love never dies" isn't always accurate. But with performers like WYATT, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who denies the timelessness of a classic love song.
For proof, look no further than to WYATT's colorful cover of Eric Clapton's GRAMMY-winning song "Change the World," in which the singer/songwriter breathes new life into the timeless lyrics of the 1996 single in the latest episode of ReImagined At Home.
WYATT's performance, shot in black-and-white visuals from his bedroom, pays homage to "Change the World" in more ways than one: It reimagines Clapton's version, which itself is a cover of a Wynonna Judd original released earlier that year. After receiving wide acclaim and accolades, with the song winning the GRAMMY for Record Of The Year at the 39th GRAMMY Awards in 1997, Clapton credited the success of his version of "Change the World" to his foresight to include 11-time GRAMMY-winning producer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, to whom Clapton credits the song’s blues feeling, according to Mojo.
Watch WYATT's gripping take of the tried-and-true "Change the World" above and relive more episodes of ReImagined At Home below.