If you’re familiar with the name “Haley Reinhart,” then you probably know her from either American Idol or Postmodern Jukebox. One of the most well-known singing contests, American Idol has helped many people establish successful careers. Not as many people may be familiar with Postmodern Jukebox, a Youtube channel where a changing cast of musicians perform popular songs in a manner noticeably dissimilar from the original, such as a Motown rendition of Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” or a Big Band cover of Elle King’s “Exes and Ohs.” , which is exactly the kind of record that a former contestant on American Idol and Postmodern Jukebox would create.
On their album Surrealistic Pillow from 1967, Jefferson Airplane released the song “White Rabbit.” Grace Slick was the song’s composer. On the Billboard Hot 100 list, “White Rabbit” peaked at number eight. Watch Haley Reinhart’s outstanding rendition of “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane in Naperville.
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