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Aubrey Logan unexpectedly uncovered the swing side of Vanilla Ice, while American Idol star evoked the spirit of Janis Joplin through Wheatus’ “Teenage Dirtbag.” Mykal Kilgore melded the original Idol superstar and the Queen of Soul on an Aretha-flavored take on Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone” and Sarah Marie Young strummed a uke to add a vintage Burt Bacharach cool to New Order’s “Bizarre Love Triangle.” Buy Album One of the group’s best-selling releases, ‘Emoji Antique’ kicks things off with several PMJ classics, including two recorded in Switzerland during the group’s second European tour: American Idol star and singer-songwriter Haley Reinhart’s swooning torch song rendition of Radiohead’s loser anthem “Creep,” and the Andrew Sisters-inspired re-imagining of “All About That Bass” that corralled three of our favorite singers – Reinhart, Morgan James and Ariana Savalas – into one knockout trio, along with a few well-placed low notes from bassist Casey Abrams.
Buy Album ‘Top Hat On Fleek’ was released just prior to PMJ’s enormously successful 2015 North American tour and focuses on songs that allow millennials to engage in some nostalgia of their own (rendered, of course, in styles that would do the same for the parents and grandparents (and maybe even great-grandparents).
Highlights: Blake Lewis resurrects Sisqo’s “Thong Song” in the wild and woolly manner of Louis Prima, while Aubrey Logan puts a shagadelic swinging-sixties spin on the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Give It Away.” Buy Album PMJ’s first album, ‘Twist Is The New Twerk’, opens with a song that could serve as the project’s mantra: “We Can’t Stop,” Miley Cyrus’ celebration of an inhibition-shedding spree rendered in a ‘50s doo-wop style by pin-up fashioned singer Robyn Adele Anderson.
hit’s iconic sax riff; Morgan James’ jaw-dropping ‘70s soul performance of Maroon 5’s “Maps;” future superstar Haley Reinhart showing off her stunning pipes on a sly ‘30s jazz cover of Tove Lo’s “Habits;” and a bluegrass romp on Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda.” Buy Collection The Hollywood Collection is highlighted by several PMJ classics, including American Idol star Haley Reinhart’s swooning torch song rendition of Radiohead’s loser anthem “Creep” and the Andrew Sisters-inspired reimagining of “All About That Bass” that corralled three of our favorite singers – Reinhart, Morgan James and Ariana Savalas.
The collection also brings together Ella Fitzgerald and T-Swift on Aubrey Logan’s “Bad Blood,” resurrects Sisqo’s “Thong Song” in the wild and woolly manner of Louis Prima, and gives the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Give It Away” a shagadelic swinging-sixties spin.
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