The REO Brothers bring it in every video I’ve seen. This new one is no different. The brothers take on Electric Light Orchestra’s “Mr. Blue Sky”, with Ralph Otic on bass and backing vocals.
Every time the REO Brothers share a new video, I watch it immediately. In this one, the brothers take on The Eagles tune, “I Can’t Tell You Why”, with Ralph Otic handling the bass and backing vocals.
With each new video the REO Brothers shares, I’m more convinced there’s nothing this band can’t pull off. Here’s their latest, with a superb cover of Dire Straits’ hit tune, “Sultans of Swing.”
I know I shouldn’t be surprised at how good the REO Brothers are with each new video. But every time, I’m blown away yet again. In this clip, the brothers take on songs from the Beatles’ “Abbey Road”.
Every time I watch a video by the REO Brothers, I’m just as impressed as I was with the last. These guys are so remarkable at recreating tunes so faithfully to the originals. Here they are performing the Beatles’ “Getting Better”.
The REO Brothers impress us big time with each video they share. Here’s one where they cover The Beatles once again, with “Hey Bulldog” and “Lady Madonna.” Ralph Otic handles the bass throughout, and the lead vocals on “Lady Madonna.”
While we’ve featured some of the REO Brothers’ excellent Beatles covers previously, the band covers a lot more than that. In this clip, they take on Simon & Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson.”
Back in April, I discovered the REO Brothers band and their incredible cover of “Penny Lane.” I’ve finally gotten the chance to go through more of their videos, and while they’re all fantastic, I really enjoyed their cover of “Something.”
I stumbled upon this video this morning, and I was completely knocked out. The REO Brothers is a Filipino band composed of four brothers, including bassist Ralph Otic. In this clip, the brothers absolutely nail The Beatles’ “Penny Lane”.