Music Videos

Amazingly talented one-man band performs entire song1m40s

Amazingly talented one-man band performs entire song

This user stumbled across an incredible scene while on vacation at the waterfront wharf of San Francisco. His name is Jordan B. Wilson and what he does with his original musical instruments will amaze you. His musical abilities are explosive and he can sing too!

The Wheels on The Bus Drumming1m24s

The Wheels on The Bus Drumming

Info From Licensor: "I figured there are metalhead parents out there who are sick of listening to the boring music their babies like! Now parents can enjoy their baby's music and headbang at the same time!" Location: Port Dover, ON, Canada Occurrence Date: January 18, 2016

ViralHog
Published: February 23, 2016373 plays$0.06 earned
One-man band rocks out with many instruments7m08s

One-man band rocks out with many instruments

The Lone Sound Ranger, a one man band, shows off his unbelievable skills on a San Francisco pier. To the delight of everyone in attendance he performs an original song using a number of different instruments. This guy's got some serious talent!

snafu114
Published: February 21, 201632,513 views
Stevie Wonder randomly surprises band to cover Bob Marley5m50s

Stevie Wonder randomly surprises band to cover Bob Marley

Stevie Wonder likes his reggae women to boogie on, so much so that about two years ago, Wonder walked in off the streets of Los Angeles to play with a local reggae band, Lesterfari and Kings Music, at a restaurant/health food store called Simply Wholesome. Feeling the vibes, Wonder set up his keyboard and jammed with the band on Bob Marley’s “Waiting In Vain." Lesterfari and Kings Music is a band of veteran musical artists that have been responsible for shaping the sound of reggae as we know and love it today. When you see one of their show, you don't just experience to the music; you get to experience the culture too. It is safe to say that they are crowd-pleasing, high-energy entertainers. Roots reggae is a subgenre of reggae that deals with the everyday lives and aspirations of the artists, including the spiritual side of Rastafari and the honoring of God. Lyrical themes include spirituality and religion, poverty, black pride, social issues, resistance to government and racial oppression, and repatriation to Africa. Despite the tittle, Stevie Wonder's 1974 single "Boogie On Reggae Woman" is neither boogie nor reggae. The lyrics were designed as a dialogue between the "nice" and the "naughty" intent, with the introduction to his harmonica break, which incorporates Wonder's casual but repeated question "Can I play?"

JahMex
Published: February 10, 2016221,076 views
Reggae violin brings Bob Marley and Justin Bieber together4m51s

Reggae violin brings Bob Marley and Justin Bieber together

Old school meets new school when Brian King Joseph crafts an incredible violin melody collaborated with an acoustic guitar as this duo combines Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself" with Bob Marley's "No Woman No Cry". This just goes to show that music has no age in this breathtaking cover song collaboration.

One-man a capella cover of Justin Bieber's 1m54s

One-man a capella cover of Justin Bieber's "Sorry"

Tyler Mancuso is at it again with another incredible one-man a capella. This time it's a cover of Justin Bieber's new hit song "Sorry". But make sure to watch all the way to the end, because sometimes a capella covers don't go quite as planned!

Jaw-dropping Adele cover of 'Hello'5m00s

Jaw-dropping Adele cover of 'Hello'

Artist Betty Lynn flawlessly covers Adele's new hit song 'Hello' in this breathtaking music video. Do you like this version of the song? Let us know in the comments!

Artist Turns A Simple Plastic Drinking Straw Into A Musical Instrument1m40s

Artist Turns A Simple Plastic Drinking Straw Into A Musical Instrument

Clarinetist, pianist, theoretical physicist and author, Peter Bastian was a true Renaissance man. This multitalented man was born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1943 and was a member of the Danish Wind Quartet, the Danish band Bazar and was knighted in the Order of the Dannebrog. In this video, Peter Bastian applies his technical knowledge as trained classical bassoonist on a simple McDonalds straw. He was actually able to manufacture an instrument out of a plastic drinking straw that produces a sound like saxophone or clarinet. What we heard completely blew us away with how beautiful it sounded. The deep yet playful tones belong to Bulgarian folk song. At the beginning of the video, you can see that the end of the straw is flattened and perforated on both sides. This way it can work like the mouthpiece of a clarinet. The end of the straw is vibrating from pushing air through it, creating the sound. He originally made the straw (cut holes in it) for a children's television program back in the 80'es and has kept it in a wooden box ever since. In the forwards of his 1987 book “Into the Music: A Book about Music and Consciousness", Bastian explains his deep relationship with music: "I would tell about music and experience, God and the devil, how the triangle must fit in a samba so it swings, the meaning of life, Bohr and Einstein, gypsy wedding in Bulgaria, the new world, Mozart, Jesus and Buddha, music elements, eternity and my own mystical experiences on stage and in the high mountains of Lapland."