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Category Archives: Covers
Scott Bradlee, whose fantastic Disney cartoon theme song covers with his band PostModern Jukebox we shared earlier, is out with his own tribute to the late great Robin Williams. Bradlee plays a piano only version of “Friend Like Me” as … Continue reading
We’ve featured the amazing vocal talents of Nick Pitera on Videopolis many times before (and more). But his latest entry has the best production value yet. That’s because he’s had a little help from Disney itself for this One Man … Continue reading
Scott Bradlee is a talented musician who has leveraged the power of YouTube to help launch his cover-as-interpretive-art-band Postmodern Jukebox (iTunes). Many of Bradlee’s covers are better than the original songs in my book. He also has a number of … Continue reading
Students dining at Belmont University in Nashville, TN were recently treated to one of the most epic Disney flash mobs ever. It was organized by student performers and even featured an introduction from the President of the university. The production … Continue reading