The Main Squeeze is back with a new cover. Rob Walker kicks off their performance of the Red Hot Chili Peppers tune, “Readymade”.
I’ve always loved the John Lennon tune, “Jealous Guy” (especially Donny Hathaway’s version). Now I get to add another, thanks to The Main Squeeze. (And check out Grace Kelly’s sax solo!)
The Main Squeeze debuted a new video yesterday, and it is funky (as the name indicates). “Dr. Funk” starts out smooth, with guest Grace Kelly on sax. Then Rob Walker takes it up a notch before the whole band kicks in.
The Main Squeeze has been dropping some serious cover videos lately. This time around, they’re sharing one of their own tunes. “No Such Thing” is from the band’s album, “12345”.
I’m always on the lookout for a new video by The Main Squeeze. They’ve never disappointed. This one dropped yesterday, with the band performing John Mayer’s “Gravity.”
The Main Squeeze is back, and they’re getting the Led out on this new video. Check out their rocking take on “The Ocean”.
If The Main Squeeze is going to keep bringing these epic covers, we’re going to keep sharing. In this clip, the guys take on Pink Floyd’s “Any Colour You Like”.
It’s always a blast watching videos by The Main Squeeze. The band always nails it on their covers, and they look like they’re having a lot of fun recording them. Here’s their latest, with their cool take on “Hotel California”.
The Main Squeeze returns in epic fashion with their live cover of James Brown’s “Sex Machine” in this new video. As usual, Rob Walker holds down the low end for the band, which is joined by special guests this time around.
The Main Squeeze is back with an epic cover of one of the all-time great tunes, Buddy Miles’s “Them Changes.” Special guest Steve Swatkins sits on keys and throws in one awesome talk box section and solo.
It’s simple: I see a new video by The Main Squeeze, and I hit play. From their album, “12345”, here’s the video for the second track, “Cold Blood.”
The Main Squeeze is back with another Beatles’ cover. In this one, they take on “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.” As usual, Rob Walker lays down the low end.