'70's, '80's, and '90's, as well as current chart-toppers. We'll throw in originals, too. S.O.B. (Nathaniel Ratliff and the Nightsweats) Ho Hey (Lumineers) Hold On (Drake) Chicken Fried (Zac Brown Band) Drink In My Hand (Eric Church) Come Together (Beatles) All The Things That I've Done (The Killers) Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash) Amie (Pure Prairie League Band) Blister In The Sun (Violent Femmes) Time To Pretend (MGMT) No Diggity (Blackstreet) Last Night (Strokes) I'm on Fire (Bruce Springsteen) The Way You Make Me Feel (Michael Jackson) Let It Ride (Ryan Adams) California Love (Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg) Bad Fish (Sublime) Return of the Mack (Mark Morrison) Ain't No Sunshine (Bill Withers) Dirt Road Anthem (Jason Aldean) The Weight (The Band) Feel Like Making Love (Bad Company) When My Time Comes (Dawes) Whatever She's Got (David Nail) Cousins (Vampire Weekend) Burning Down The House (Talking Heads) We Are Tonight (Billy Currington) Won't Back Down (Tom Petty) Joker (Steve Miller Band) Interstate Love Song (Stone Temple Pilots) Stir It Up (Bob Marley) Don't Trust Myself (John Mayer) Steal My Kisses (Ben Harper) Everlong (Foo Fighters) Looking Out My Back Door (Creedence Clearwater Revival) Rodeo Clowns (Jack Johnson) Pony (Ginuwine) Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen) Say It Ain't So (Weezer) Rocking in the Free World (Neil Young/Pearl Jam) Tighten Up (Black Keys) Rich Girl (Hall & Oates) Cruise (Florida Georgia Line) Miss You (Rolling Stones) Kiss (Prince) Get Lucky (Daft Punk) Naive Melody (Talking Heads) Yellow (Coldplay)
With classic Americana-tinged rock & roll steeped in the blue-collar charm of their hometown, Chicago’s Fletcher Rockwell has been building a loyal fanbase throughout the Midwest since 2009. From humble beginnings at dive bars and late-night house parties, the band has since graduated to the biggest stages in Chicago, including legendary venues like House of Blues, Metro, Joe’s on Weed, Cubby Bear and Double Door. While widely known for their spellbinding original songs, the group is also revered for clever versions of the most popular cover music, spanning everything from vintage Tom Petty and The Band to contemporary roots revivalists the Lumineers, Dawes and Mumford & Sons. It’s an unforgettable party whenever Fletcher Rockwell rolls into town. Catch the band on tour throughout the Midwest in 2016.