It’s MixTape 1988. Someone has to play “Kokomo”. In this case, it’s six somebodies dressed in Hawaiian shirts, short shorts and mustaches. Magnum Force.
Bright Lights, Big Rod. Let that sink in for a minute.
Jaggery surprised me at MixTape 1988 with amazing range.
Who’s that all decked out like a scruffy Bret Michaels? Why, that’s Brian King of What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?
Nate Rogers originally billed this ensemble as The Brendan Burns Instrumental Quartet. As it turned out, there were seven players involved.
Sometimes the obvious choice is the right choice.
The hot one is coming!
Cheap Trick, Player, The Who, Gerry Rafferty… Thick As Thieves present the hits of 1978!
Going into the night I would have doubted that “Renegade” by Styx could be covered with just vocals and ukulele.
Nate Rogers is the mastermind behind the MixTape series.