It’s the final episode of At The Bar With Southern Comfort, in which we travel to some of our favorite new bands’ hometowns (or as near as we can get) and film them covering some of their favorite bands’ best songs. This time we’ve got a very special number from Holiday Shores, who drove down from the swampwaters of Tallahassee, Florida to meet us in Orlando in the dead of night. They arrived sporting some Leave It To Beaver apparel with a pre-recorded instrumental tape for “Up On The Roof”—a song originally written by Carole King and recorded by the Drifters back in 1962. And then they started dancing. When this old world starts getting us down, we’re just going to play this video over and over again.
At The Bar With Southern Comfort: Holiday Shores, “Up On The Roof”
POSTED October 22, 2009 11:35AM IN AT THE BAR WITH SOUTHERN COMFORT