Richard Cheese and his band, "Lounge Against The Machine", have been performing rock and pop hits in the style of big-band "swing" for more than two decades. The person behind the persona, if I can put it like that, is Mark Jonathan Davis, and his backing band includes Bobby Ricotta, Frank Feta and Billy Bleu. All the stage names, of course, are wordplays on the subject of cheese.
I have to admire their creativity in transforming well-known tunes and songs into a whole new genre of music. I've selected just four this morning, to introduce you to their work, but there are dozens more.
Let's start with Metallica's "Enter Sandman".
Here's Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody".
How about Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven"?
And to conclude this morning's lounge act, here's "Hotel California", originally by The Eagles.