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Pentatonix decided to sing something, and that something is "Say Something" by A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera. Check out their beautifully harmonized and intricate cover with a little bit of cello added.
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Ultimate prankster Jack Vale teams up with Gibson guitars for this broken guitar prank. Accusing people of breaking a $100,000 guitar gets reactions ranging from anger to tears, but they all end in laughs when they find out it's all a prank.
Jack Vale pulls off another prank that scares the prankee to the point of tears. Using a replica Gibson Double Diamond guitar as a prop, he asks singing sensations Alex G and Tyler Ward to keep an eye on his prized possession. While Tyler is in on the joke, Alex has no idea what's coming, and she is not happy about taking the blame when the guitar is broken. See all the other people they pranked here.
Check out Aquaman rocking out on a set of drums... underwater! This vine is pretty impressive considering someone actually did this.
If you have to brave the cold this winter, take notes from these two and do it in style. First, a video from Jukin shows us a musician who can't leave his drums behind, no matter where the day takes him. Then, a kayaker pulls off some awesome moves, but without any water in sight.
In this video from Jukin, we see a musician who is so attached to his drums, that he wants them to experience nature just as he does. See another guy who braves the cold in a non-traditional way here.
Rob Scallon's latest video features an awesome cello cover of System of a Down's "Aerials" that is quite an interesting juxtaposition of genres. The cellos themselves are also pretty sweet!
Turning 10 is a big deal for a kid, so when Phin finally made it to the double digits, his uncle, Jeff Thompson, decided to give him a big deal present. Now Phin has a song written specifically for him that he will remember for years to come.
If you went through your high school years during the early to mid 2000's you might recognize this nearly forgotten music subgenre. Not only did nigahiga bring "angsty emo" back one last time, he did it awesomely, and you might not understand his poetry, but that's what makes it deep. It almost makes you want to dig out your old Simple Plan CD. Almost.
When you think of LAX, a romantic wedding proposal is probably the furthest thing from your mind. But for Austin and Malia, a couple who spent most of their long distance relationship traveling back and forth, the airport was a fitting venue for the two to make things official. To spice up the setting a little, Austin got help from six of his most musically talented friends to serenade Malia to the final destination.
The Everly Brothers were a pop duo that rose to fame in the last 50s. They influenced many other musical artists after them, including the Beatles. Following Phil Everly's death last week, the Shields Brothers decided to pay tribute with a cover of "(All I Have to Do Is) Dream" that you'll probably recognize from one place or another. "Dreeeeeeeeeam..."
Rob Scallon is known for his impressive backwards singing, but here he goes sideways instead. With a hauntingly beautiful instrumental song called "Theater Girl," Rob uses an 8-string guitar to tilt your mind.