It appears that interest in '90s rockers Blind Melon continues to rise.

It was recently announced that a Kickstarter campaign was launched to help fund a documentary film project consisting of home movies taken by Blind Melon singer Shannon Hoon. The videos document the rise of the young band over the course of a few years.

As part of the fundraising process, a variety of acts have stepped forward to help the cause. Jim James of My Morning Jacket recorded a lush and haunting version of "Sleepyhouse" from Blind Melon's 1992 self-titled debut, while Seth Avett of the Avett Brothers turned in a stark solo acoustic take on "St. Andrew's Fall," which originally appeared on the band's second album, Soup; that disc was released just days before Hoon's death. Watch both covers below:

"Shannon Hoon had the most beautiful and joyous voice while he was talking about the most heart-wrenching challenges and self-doubt and pain and confusion," Avett said in an interview with American Songwriter. "He made it sound so sweet. What an apt description of people in general: We’re all complicated, and we all have a way of being two ways at once.”

Hoon's style also meant a great deal to James. "He seemed like such a beautiful person, and he had probably one of the most amazing voices I have ever heard," he told Exclaim. "He always makes me cry. When he died, no one gave a s---. I loved Kurt Cobain, but I think Shannon had more talent in his pinky, but no one declared him a martyr. Strange how that works."