Watch Two Minutes to Late Night’s “Bedroom Cover” of Bonnie Raitt in Style of GN’R

Published on:

On of our favorite things to come out of the COVID-19 shutdown is Two Minutes to Late Night’s “Bedroom Covers” series, which sees Gwarsenio Hall — a.k.a. Two Minutes’ corpse-paint-slathered master of ceremonies, also a.k.a. Jordan Olds, the un-corpse-painted host of The Pit’s own talk show Last Words — assembling all-star ensembles of quarantined musicians to take on classic rock and metal songs. Highlights have included a Chelsea Wolfe-helmed take on Ozzy’s “Crazy Train,” a Neil Fallon-fronted rendition of AC/DC’s “Riff Raff” and a Sleigh Bells-assisted cover of Guns N’ Roses’ “Rocket Queen.”

The latest entry in the series revisits GN’R but this time as a style through which to rework Bonnie Raitt’s “mom rock” classic “Something to Talk About.” Joining Gwarsenio Hall this time out are PUP drummer Zack Mykula, Masked Intruder guitarist Intruder Green, Kirk Hammett challenger Mrs. Smith, Witch Taint’s La Sinistra and more. Watch below.

“Welcome to the jingle!” Two Minutes wrote in the YouTube description for the video. “We covered a Bonnie Rait karaoke staple in the style of a little mom rock band you might have heard of called Guns ‘n’ Roses! This one is really silly with 66.6% of our participants hiding their beautiful faces. And Angus plays guitar for Cher… Holy shit!

“This is our 13th bedroom cover made with the support of Patreon. With so many musicians stuck at home with no outlets, we’re going to keep producing these style videos and use the Patreon to give some money to everyone who has a part in them. Please support our friends by donating to our newly redone Patreon.”

Want more head-banging content?
Join our email list to get the best metal news and content delivered right to your inbox daily.
Terms
By submitting my information, I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages from The Pit based on my information, interests, activities, website visits and device data and in accordance with the Privacy Policy. I understand that I can opt-out at any time by emailing privacypolicy@wmg.com.