We love Lake Street Dive, thanks in large part to Bridget Kearney. 10 years ago, they performed a cover of “I Want You Back” on a Boston sidewalk. Here’s the band performing a cover of The Pointer Sisters’ “Automatic” in the same spot.
Lake Street Dive dropped a special video yesterday. 10 years after they recorded a cover of “I Want You Back” on a Boston sidewalk, they returned to the scene to record a cover of “Nick of Time.”
Back in 2020, Lake Street Dive took Halloween to a whole new level with a rooftop remake performance of the Beatles’ “Don’t Let Me Down”. Yesterday, they released another rooftop remake, with their cover of “Two of Us”.
Lake Street Dive posted a video yesterday in honor of Betty White, who passed away on December 31st. In this clip, the band performs “Thank You For Being A Friend” (the theme from “The Golden Girls”), with Bridget Kearney on the Hofner.
Yes, Halloween was yesterday, but we’re going to extend it a bit. In this video, the band gets in full costume to perform an epic cover of the Hall and Oates tune, “You Make My Dreams Come True”.
Following the announcement of Lake Street Dive’s new album, the band is getting the videos out there. Here’s a live take on the opening track of “Obviously”. Bridget Kearney lays down the solid grooves while also providing amazing backing vocals.
Following up on their hit album, “Free Yourself Up”, Lake Street Dive has released another incredible record called “Obviously”. The band’s blend of pop, Americana, and soul once again propel their thoughtful lyrics and grooves.
We’re stoked for the new Lake Street Dive album dropping next month. The band is prepping for the release of “Obviously” with some videos. “Hypotheticals” is a fun, upbeat tune, driven by the great Bridget Kearney.
Lake Street Dive took Halloween to a whole new level this weekend with a rooftop remake performance of the Beatles’ “Don’t Let Me Down”. Bridget Kearney and the band not only nail the tune, but also the costumes.
It has been a while since we’ve seen a video by Lake Street Dive, but they’ve just released a new and powerful song about the times we’re in.
Back in 2016, Lake Street Dive visited NPR to record a Tiny Desk Concert, in support of their album, “Side Pony.” I love the different feel of the music in this setting!
Lake Street Dive has announced a new leg of tour dates for this summer. The band, anchored by bassist Bridget Kearney, will be splitting their time with dates headlining as well as co-headlining with The Wood Brothers, featuring Chris Wood on bass.