‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ gets infused with some New Orleans flavor

New Orleans Style Guns N' Roses

(From Huffington Post) There is simply no denying that the 1987 Guns N’ Roses song, “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” is on a very short list of epic, ’80s hard-rock singles that defined a genre of music at the end of the decade. That one is plain to see.

Infuse it with a little vintage New Orleans sound and we’ve got a whole new flavor for the song performed by Postmodern Jukebox.

The powerhouse presence and encore performance of singer Miche Braden really spices it up.

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