While we mostly know Leonid & Friends for their incredible Chicago covers, they also cover other bands (including Earth, Wind & Fire). Now they’re adding Blood, Sweat & Tears to the mix, with a cover of “Spinning Wheel.”
We always dig the videos from Leonid & Friends, and their excellent covers of Chicago tunes. This time around they’re going deeper into the Chicago catalog with their performance of the tunes “Hanky Panky” and “Life Saver”, which both appeared on “Chicago VII.”
It is always great to see a new video show up by Leonid & Friends, and another one of their fantastic Chicago covers. In this one, Leonid Vorobyev and the band perform “Listen.”
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.