WATCH: Missoula’s Lil Smokies Show Up in “Quar-An-Tine” Parody
So I'm a huge fan of Andy Frasco and the U.N., who for my money, may be the best live band working today. Unfortunately, live music hasn't really been much of a thing over the last couple of months, so Andy Frasco has been doing some fun quarantine content on Youtube leading up to the release of his new album.
I was catching up on some of it when I came across this video he put together called "Quar-An-Tine," a parody of The Beatles' "Let It Be" that's just about how crazy being cooped up like this is making us feel. It's pretty funny, but the really cool thing is how many people from other jam bands he got to be in the video - members of Umphrey's McGee, G. Love, Twiddle, and more pop up in this thing... and so does one member of Missoula's own Lil Smokies!
You can check out the video below - just FYI that it does contain language and drug references, so probably not a good idea to watch it around kids or at work (and since many people are working from home with their kids around, maybe just wait til they go to bed).