The Main Squeeze make upbeat funk rock that's as good as it gets. Fresh off of recent gigs with the Roots and the Meter Men, and emboldened by performances at Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and Equifunk, their swag is real and their chops are undeniable.
Like the Grateful Dead covering Tower of Power with Jamiroquai's Jay Kay at the helm, the Main Squeeze are infectious and rising fast. Both live and on record, they make it abundantly clear: in this case, the juice is definitely worth the squeeze.
Grammy-winning producer and super-celeb Randy Jackson certainly thinks so. Working with the band on their second full-length, he called them the best at what they do "maybe ever."