Let's face it being a huge Boy George & Culture Club fan you bound to have a favorite cover that you go to every now and then don't you? We have just recently been given "Where Are We Now?" one of David Bowie's classics just recently covered by "The Twin" a few months ago. It's is beyond words. I sat there gobsmacked thinking how wonderful George sounded on this. I say its time to dust off the back catalog and find the covers that Boy George has covered. It's alot to be found but so worth the read. Please, note all the covers that are listed here are from the actual studio recordings, some were in demo form. Over the last decade, Boy George has covered many songs live including Prince's "Purple Rain" David Bowie's "Let's Dance" and Wham's "I'm Your Man"
The 80's 1980-1989 This decade George and the boys did very few covers when Culture Club formed. It was later in the 1980s, in 1987 George decided to give it a go! He had a No.1 with "Everything I Own" a cover of the old Bread 1972 track.
The 90's-1990-1999 Boy George had a huge come back with a cover hit from Dave Perry with 'The Crying Game" in spring of 1993. This scored him his second No.1 in Canada as a solo artist and became his second solo Top 40 US hit at No.15 on the Billboard Hot 100!
In the '00s (Nuggies) 2000-2009 Boy George & Culture Club had a collection of covers from "Somebody To Love" to "I Can't Stand The Rain".