Scary Pockets

There’s a new funk group hitting the scene, and they’re playing all the hits to make you reminisce. Jack Conte — co-founder of Patreon and the band Pomplamoose — teams up with his high school buddy Ryan Lerman — Guitarist and Musical Director for the likes of Michael Bublé, John Legend, and Ben Folds, among others — to bring you pockets that are scary.

What started as a group of friends just wanting to get together to jam out, has turned into a full-on collective of talented musicians looking to reimagine world renowned hits into funky facsimiles that will have you on your feet. Scary Pockets has taken over the internet with their groovy takes on AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long”, Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine”, and much more.

Eighteen months after their first session, Scary Pockets has released over 90 videos that have been watched over 31 million times on YouTube, for over 65 million minutes. They've collaborated with Larry Goldings, Casey Abrams, India Carney, James Gadson, Cary Brothers, Peter Hollens, Darren Criss, Charles Jones, Julia Nunes, Kenton Chen, Judith Hill, Bruno Major, Reeve Carney, Theo Katzman and dozens of other artists and musicians to bring you funk re-imaginings of familiar tunes every week.

When Rozzi was 19 years old, Adam Levine heard a song she wrote and signed her as the first artist to his record label. Soon after, she was sharing the stage with Maroon 5 at famed arenas across the country and touring with artists like Kelly Clarkson and Gavin DeGraw. In 2018, Rozzi released her debut album, Bad Together, to critical acclaim with the single, ‘Never Over You’ hitting the top 20 at Hot AC radio. She has been featured in Rolling Stone, Time Magazine and Teen Vogue among others and performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Today Show, and The Talk. Rozzi’s collaboration with American Ballet Theatre prima ballerina Isabella Boylston will hit select cities in 2019.

$15.00 - $20.00


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