Monday, December 19, 2011

Let's Watch Some Videos From The Great Cover-Up

Posted By on Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 4:00 PM

Thank you, Tucsonans with video cameras, for uploading some performances from this weekend's Great Cover-Up to YouTube.

Above, the mashup of the Modeens and Seashell Radio perform the Beach Boys' "In My Room". Below the cut, performances by Some Of Them Are Old, Muddy Bug, the Jons, Emergency Broadcast System, and Sergio Mendoza and friends.

Some Of Them Are Old, performing Arcade Fire's "No Cars Go" and "Rebellion (Lies)":

Muddy Bug, performing Pavement's "Stereo":

The Jons, performing ELO's "Livin' Thing":

Emergency Broadcast System, performing the theme to Laverne and Shirley:

Sergio Mendoza and Friends, performing Earth, Wind and Fire's "September":

If you run into any other bands with performances from the shows online, feel free to post a link in the comments and I'll put together another post.

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