'American Idol' Alum Joey Cook and Rayvon Owen Join Postmodern Jukebox
Season 14 alums Joey Cook and Rayvon Owen are the latest American Idols to join in the Postmodern Jukebox fun.
Cook -- who is currently on tour with the group alongside Idols Haley Reinhart and Casey Abrams, (Blake Lewis will perform in December) -- has unleashed her inner Amy Winehouse with a '60s-flavored cover of the Destiny's Child hit, "Say My Name." Cook especially has a nice moment riffing off background singers Maiya Sykes and Kenton Chen.
Cook is a perfect fit for the group, having praised the band during her run on American Idol. The 24-year old Virginia native has already recorded two quirky and fun renditions of songs including a swinging big band version of Fall Out Boy's "Sugar, We're Going Down" (complete with ukulele) and a "1918 World Fair style" of Plain White T's "Hey There, Delilah," accompanied by a banjo and a stand up bass, with Cook doing a badass solo on her accordion.
Owen's contribution is still a mystery, although the singer just shared a picture teasing his collaboration on Twitter. In the meantime, the fourth place alum will participate in a World Aids Day concert in Detroit on Dec. 1. The show -- a benefit concert at The Garden Theater in Detroit -- features other Idols, including Season 8 winner Kris Allen, season 12 alum Devin Velez, season 13 alum Malaya Watson and season 6 alum Melinda Doolittle.