The Zac Brown Band have always incorporated songs from other genres into their live shows, but one of their more recent additions might be our favorite yet. The Georgia-based group has recently been playing a cover of the Beatles' "Let It Be" during their live shows, proving once again their musical prowess.

With Brown on piano, the group seamlessly sings the tune, first made famous by the British rock band in the early 1970s. Press play on the video above to hear their gorgeous rendition.

This might be one of the first Beatles' tunes to work its way into the Zac Brown Band's setlists, but they're certainly no strangers to performing songs by a wide variety of bands. In recent years, the group has covered songs by Metallica, James Taylor, Pink Floyd and Ryan Adams, among others.

“We take it pretty seriously when we do a cover,” band member Jimmy De Martini tells “We get down note for note and add our own style, too. A lot of the jam bands we grew up with, like Phish and the [Grateful] Dead, they do a lot of covers. We now see, when you’re out there every night, how playing covers can feel new to us, and they’re recognized by the crowd."

The ZBB are currently on the road in support of their latest album, Jekyll + Hyde. A list of dates is available on their website.

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