Video Of The Week
We’re excited to debut our brand new feature… Video of the Week!
Our aim is to provide some earned exposure to bands and musicians who exemplify what it’s like to produce quality clips – along with offering you some entertainment.
Want your video featured? Send a link of ONE COVER SONG performed live or studio/concept to email@example.com and write a brief explanation as to why you should be selected (It must be a YouTube clip).
Be sure to check back every Monday to see who is in the Spotlight!
11/11/19: Mackenzie Johnson "Vienna" (Billy Joel)
We stumbled upon this gem simply by searching “Billy Joel Cover” on You Tube, and this clip showed up near the top.
One of the favorites among Joel’s fans, “Vienna” in performed in lovely fashion here by singer and admitted hat lover Mackenzie Johnson.
There’s not a lot of info about her online, but you can check out her very active Facebook page here.
11/04/19: Lola Astanova "We Are the Champions" (Queen)
Lola Astanova is a classically trained pianist who performs the most exclusive concerts in the world.
She has collaborated with the best orchestras, as well as mainstream and crossover artists.
Her YouTube channel boasts dozens of videos that have gained millions of views.
Dig the video, and check out more of this talented young lady’s work.
10/21/19: Jessie's Girl "Time After Time" (Cyndi Lauper)
Billed as “The World’s Best 80’s Band,” Jessie’s Girl sells out some of the biggest venues in the New York area…playing covers.
Not only does the band provide a high-energy show with a bright look and crowd-pleasing song selections, they’re also no slouches as musicians.
Watch the stripped down version of Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time” here, and check out more about the band here.
10/14/19: The Pork Tornadoes "In the Air Tonight" (Phil Collins)
Hailing from Iowa, The Pork Tornadoes have gained quite a reputation as a band to watch.
With over 19k followers on Facebook and a full calendar of performance dates scheduled, these fellas are clearly doing something right.
Watch their killer interpretation of Phil Collins’ “In The Air Tonight,” and visit the band’s Page here.