Today’s Daily Feature is “Mr. Rogers” by the American funk/pop-rock band Grosh. This tune features rock and funk all rolled up into one tune. It features bold, cool vocals from vocalist Megan that are smooth and slick. There is an interesting contrast in this song as there are parts that feature Megan’s slick vocalists and then (I think) guitarist Guitar’s earthy vocals. The two have an interesting musical interpolation through each other which both parts balance each other out. But, they come together in the chorus with so depth yet contrast in the vocals (main and harmonies)
Of course, you have to check out the instrumentation for this song too. It features a funky beat that is a blend of a guitar, horns, bass, and a lively drum beat. The main characters are the horns and rock as they, just the vocals, really compliment each other though are completely different sounds and possess opposite moods. With the guitar, horns, bass, and a lively drumbeat all coming together, these four elements in the instrumentation make “Mr. Rogers” by Grosh a really groovy tune!
If you are looking for a funky, lively song to get it up and dance, then you have to check out “Mr. Rogers” by Grosh. With its funky instrumentation and slick vocals, it is an ear-pleasing tune that is so good that you will have to listen to it over and over!
Make sure to listen to “Mr. Rogers” by Grosh down below and let me know what you think about it in the comments!
About the Artist: Grosh
Grosh is a high-energy rock band from Buffalo, NY featuring Grace Lougen, Josh English, Megan Brown, and Dylan Hund. Their visceral and captivating heavy rock sound can be heard at shows all across Western New York. The RockPit publication says Grosh “bridges the gap between the old school and newer rock fans.
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