Leonid & Friends has wowed us with their many Chicago covers in the past. Now they’re changing things up with a stellar cover of Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September.” As always, Leonid Vorobyev holds down the low end.
We love it when Leonid Vorobyev and his band, Leonid & Friends, shares a new video. Check out their performance of “Feelin’ Stronger Every Day.” As always, these guys nail the Chicago covers.
It is always fun to see a new video from Leonid & Friends pop up. Here’s the band performing another stellar cover of a Chicago tune. This time around, Leonid Vorobyev and the band take on “Street Player.” Special guest Arturo Sandoval joins the group for this one too.
Leonid Vorobyev’s Leonid & Friends Chicago tribute band keeps bringing the heat. Here’s a new video they just shared covering Chicago’s “Beginnings.”
Leonid Vorobyev’s Leonid & Friends continue their work through the Chicago catalog with this impressive cover of “Hard to Say I’m Sorry/Get Away.” The group pulls out all the stops with a complete string section and more.
I love it when Leonid Vorobyev shares a new video with his band, Leonid & Friends. In this video, the Chicago tribute band takes on “Questions 67 & 68,” which appeared on the 1969 album, Chicago Transit Authority. As always, they nail it.
Leonid Vorobyev is back with another Chicago cover by his group, Leonid & Friends. The group was created as a tribute “to one of the greatest bands in the world.” This time around, they tackle “You Are On My Mind,” from the multi-platinum Chicago X album, released in 1976.
Here’s another fantastic cover by bassist Leonid Vorobyev and his Leonid & Friends Chicago tribute band. This time around, the band performs “Saturday In The Park.” As always, they nailed it.
Last December, we featured bassist Leonid Vorobyev and his band Leonid & Friends doing an excellent cover of Chicago’s “25 or 6 to 4.” They’re back with another excellent Chicago cover, “I’m A Man.” Nailed it.
Bassist Leonid Vorobyev and his band Leonid & Friends loves Chicago. So they decided to do a tribute “one of the greatest bands in the world” with this cover of “25 or 6 to 4.” And they nailed it.