Cover Room: Jim James – “Everyday People”

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Published on October 15, 2018

Jim James performs a cover of Sly and the Family Stone’s “Everyday People” while backstage in the Tonight Show music room.

Tonight Show Cover Room is an Emmy-Nominated series featuring artists performing covers of their favorite songs. It is shot in the same location each episode to illustrate how one space can be transformed to create a unique, one-of-a-kind experience.

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19 comments

  • Alex Fliptastic 1 year ago

    First

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  • VietSuyTam_Share and Fun 1 year ago

    Who’s here before 1k views??

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  • yuno 1 year ago

    You know who’s the nicest person ?

    Read the first word again 🙂

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  • The person who slays everyone and is a savage Rose 1 year ago

    Hi

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  • Rani 1 year ago

    Hi😅😅❤

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  • Romanie Mai du vall 1 year ago

    1. St Dislike

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  • Ghazala Bajwa 1 year ago

    Early x lol 💙

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  • moony clouds 1 year ago

    This is a masterpiece i remember listening to this alot of times

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  • Bikash gurung 1 year ago

    Hi

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  • chucknastyness 1 year ago

    Sly and the Family Stone! Classic, nice cover.

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  • Losty 1 year ago

    A guy with a grown beard and a lot of white dressed black women…

    Has to be awesome😍

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  • ԋαɳʂ ωolʇ 1 year ago

    i say what what

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  • Nicolae Gherman 1 year ago

    Hi

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  • Gydeos Galaxys 1 year ago

    Reminds me of the playlist of Guardians of the Galaxy❤️😍 its sound like this playlist❤️😁

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  • Takayuki Ishiguro 1 year ago

    Really like it.

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  • Edgar Cardenas 1 year ago

    $##$nasa sb ca 805 er el god

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  • Annie A 1 year ago

    1:25

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