The Main Squeeze Unveils “The Squeeze Vault”

Article Contributed by Cyber PR | Published on Saturday, June 10, 2023

The Main Squeeze, your favorite funk, soul, rock and roll band is launching The Squeeze Vault on Fans can subscribe to the Vault to watch live recorded concerts from Lincoln Hall, The Boulder Theater, and more. Fans who subscribe gain access to these recorded shows and upcoming live streams on

“We are excited to finally be able to give our Squeeze Family access to a handful of our live shows from over the years, where they can relive each night with us all over again!” The Main Squeeze

The Main Squeeze is leveraging the Volume platform to engage with their fan base and continue to build their community by offering exclusive access to past show archives, ticketed live stream concerts, and in-real-life opportunities for subscribers. Alternatively, fans can purchase videos à la carte. for viewing access instead of subscribing to the entire Squeeze Vault.  Be on the lookout for upcoming live streams the band will offer. Subscribe and follow at their page on

There seems to be an aura in the air when the five members of The Main Squeeze enter a room. A multicultural five-piece from Los Angeles, CA, The Main Squeeze have built a cult following in the States on the road – putting rubber to pavement and playing over 1,000 shows together over the past nine years. For a group of men with completely different backgrounds, tastes, and religions, there’s already a spirit shared amongst them when they sit down to play together and the first chord strikes.

The Main Squeeze are lauded across North America and Europe’s live music circuit and have toured and played with the likes of George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic, String Cheese Incident, Umphrey's McGee, Marcus King, Big Gigantic and more. They've graced hundreds of stages and played festivals including Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, Hulaween, and Firefly to name a few.

The five-piece multicultural band includes Corey Frye (vocals), Max Newman (guitar), Ben “Smiley” Silverstein (keyboards), Reuben Gingrich (drummer), and Rob Walker (bass).