For new faces around here, or those just checking in for the first time in a while, let me remind you about my love of quirky covers – ones that give a new spin to the original, where the covering artist takes it and makes it his/her own. Â New York singer-songwriter Scott Bradlee has been doing this for a while. Â He gained notice a couple of years ago for his Motown tribute to Nickleback; this time, Bradlee and company are back with a jazzy cover of Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop”. Â Vocals are by Robyn Adele Anderson. Â Check it out, and then download the track at Bandcamp.
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One response to “Hooray for Covers! Scott Bradlee & The Postmodern Jukebox Band, “Thrift Shop””
Very impressed with your music. Everything the band and all the instruments put in sound great.
If ever in the Rochester area please put me on your e mail notification so I can come to see.
Another band for you to possibly check out The Crawdiddies. A little different sound, but very enjoyable. My father is the washboard man.