Add The Main Squeeze to the list of groups making the most of this challenging time. In this clip, the band performs The Beatles’ “With A Little Help From My Friends.” And they got help from 65 of their own friends to form the backing choir.
We can always count on The Main Squeeze to deliver. In this video for “Little Bit,” the band (which once again includes Rob Walker on bass) combines some great videography and music.
I’m a big fan of The Main Squeeze (and Hendrix). So I was thrilled to see this new video. In this clip, the band takes on Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child.” Rob Walker is playing some fantastic lines behind the band.
It’s a great day when The Main Squeeze releases a new video. “Piranha” is a hard-hitting, groovy tune, anchored by bassist Rob Walker, and performed in and around a pool!
I think The Main Squeeze is one of the most exciting bands out there right now, and the videos from their Red Rocks performance are just killer. Here’s a clip they shared in April featuring their take on the theme from Game of Thrones.
The Main Squeeze is back with another cover, and this time they really make it their own. In this clip, they take on Led Zeppelin’s “No Quarter”, with Rob Walker on bass.
I’m a huge fan of The Main Squeeze and their incredible covers. In this clip, the band takes on Procol Harum’s hit song, “A Whiter Shade of Pale,” with Rob Walker laying down some seriously tasty lines.
The Main Squeeze is back with another funky tune they recorded live at the SqueezeHouse. Once again, Rob Walker lays down the groovy bass behind the band.
Back in November, The Main Squeeze took the stage at Thalia Hall in Chicago and showed off their incredible diversity. Here’s a clip from the show, where they perform “Where Do We Go?” from their debut album.
The Main Squeeze took the stage at Red Rocks back in July. They just shared this video of their performance of Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs,” and as usual, the band – with Rob Walker on bass – nails it.
The Main Squeeze is one of my favorite musical discoveries of the year. Anchored by bassist Rob Walker (AKA Rob Skywalker), here’s their soulful performance of “Only Time.”