Jim James stopped by the Tonight Show’s backstage music room to perform a cover of Sly and the Family Stone’s “Everyday People” for a new installment of the Emmy nominated “Cover Room” series. “Cover Room” is a digital-only music series featuring artists performing covers of some of the most popular songs. It is shot in the same location each episode to illustrate how one space can be transformed to create a new, one-of-a-kind experience.
About TREAT MYSELF, Meghan said, “This album is my best work yet and I’m so proud of what we made. I say “we” because I made this entire album with my family, my friends, and my fiancé. It’s everything I stand for and I’m excited to put an upbeat happy album out for the world.”
Here is the latest in The Tonight Show Webby award winning Cover Room series. Jimmy and The Roots sings “At This Moment.”
Cover Room is a Tonight Show digital-only variety series featuring artists performing covers of favorite/meaningful songs. Each video features a different aesthetic inspired by the artists’ interpretation of the cover. It is shot in the same location each episode to illustrate how one space can be transformed to create a new, one-of-a-kind experience.
Here are previous Cover Room examples:
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