Israeli band's Queen cover is a celebration of family
'Somebody to Love' video showcases the talents of mom, dad and four siblings.
It's no easy feat to pull off a decent cover of Queen's "Somebody to Love," but Israeli family band Kol haMishpaha (which means "a family's voice") clearly isn't afraid of a challenge. The six-member group, made up of four siblings and their parents, has been performing together since 2004, starting off initially with a tribute to the Beatles and then expanding to other artists.
Their version of "Somebody to Love," which earned them a write-up from
"The whole Queen tribute is very special for Kol haMishpaha, because, besides bringing the parents together, it's the most influential band for our family as a whole, as well as for each one of us individually," sibling Noa told Yahoo's Good News Blog. "On the video clip for 'Somebody to Love' we are showing the story of a young girl, who is lost and lonely, but in the end she finds the only place where she'll never be alone and always be loved - with her family."
Rock out to Kol haMishpaha's "Somebody to Love" cover below.
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