Just when you think you've seen every "Star Wars" theme cover imaginable, comes this one by Jeffrey Ding He who turns the bow of his violin into a lightsaber. Whaaaat?! Gotta love it. View Now
A message parents have relayed to their smartphone-wielding kids far too many times was bestowed upon a guitar-playing young woman by her little brother. While attempting to film herself playing the guitar, Jessica Montoya set up her phone for one of those cool-looking shots from inside. Jacob didn't approve. Instead he offered sound advice as he "saved" her phone from being stuck inside the guitar. View Now
Watch Violin Noobie's amazing progress in just two years in her quest to learn to play the violin. She is 24 years old and from Norway. She set out to see if she could learn to play the violin as an adult and recorded her progress from the very beginning. Watch it all unfold. Looks like she's off to a beautiful start! View Now
Nope, we're not sick of anything and everything Star Wars yet. Now we give you this heavy metal cover of the beloved main theme by Galactic Empire. The fact the band is decked out in their storm trooper and Darth Vader gear is just the cherry on top. Check it out! View Now
On Nov. 26 the Bottle Boys asked their fans on Facebook to send in suggestions for their annual Christmas video. Looks like the all-time classic "Winter Wonderland" got the most votes, and we're not mad at that one bit. Check out their festive performance and feel free to start feeling all warm and fuzzy inside because Christmas is right around the corner. View Now
Every fret. Every string. Every guitar dream come true. Nobody shreds on the strings like Rob Scallon. View Now
Musician Yoshimi Tsujimoto used a traditional Japanese bamboo flute (shakuhachi) and two Japanese harps (koto) to create an amazing cover of Michael Jackson's iconic "Smooth Criminal." You're going to want to hear this one! View Now
Watch this one-man orchestra cover a traditional Greek song with 90 different instruments.
To shred through 31 songs on the guitar in one minute you have to have skills. And Rob Scallon doesn't just have skills, he has mad skills! View Now
This video is further proof you can never judge a book by it's cover. Watch Donald, a homeless man, sit down at this piano in Sarasota, Florida and play some beautiful music as onlookers start to gather. This video was filmed by Aroar Natasha and got over 1 million hits in the first 24 hours. Bravo, Donald! View Now
Brett Domino and the other half of The Brett Domino Trio make a Taylor Swift medley with a Pop-Punk twist. You don't think you need this in your life? You do. View Now
This song might seem silly, but it's actually a good reminder that beauty is on the inside, as well as the outside, and you deserve someone who loves you despite your perceived "flaws" like eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo, rosacea, etc. You do you and the right person will come along to appreciate it. View Now
Have you ever wondered what the inside of a piano looks like while someone is playing it? Check out this video by Burger Fiction as Carrie Schneider plays a beautiful original composition. It will literally take you inside this grand instrument to see the inner workings of a piano while someone is making music. Lovely! View Now
When it comes to cellos, nobody plays better than Croatian cellist, 2Cellos. Their cover of Michael Jackson's "They Don't Care About Us" is amazing and the message behind their video is beautifully artistic.
Target is shutting down it's Canadian stores after failing to gain a foot-hold in "America's Hat," meaning big layoffs for its employees. A group of said ex-employees marked the occasion by performing an impressive (and reportedly unrehearsed) acoustic cover of the iconic song "Closing Time" by Semisonic. (P.S. The song is really about having a baby.) View Now
Our favorite doggie percussionist is back. You may remember Maple from her first epic viral video where she demanded more cowbell a'la Chris-to-pher Walken. Now she's back and harder than ever. Check out her rockin', albeit adorable, performance of The White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army." Get it, girl.
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These unlikely music mashups are auditory gold in our opinion. Have a listen. View Now
To celebrate the upcoming release of the newest Disney short film, "Frozen Fever," the talented piano playing duo of Jason Lyle Black and "The Piano Gal Sara" caught a little Frozen fever of their own. They ran their fingers through the entire movie soundtrack backwards and forwards on the keys!
It's a harmonica sing-along featuring the vocal talents of one little dog. View Now
Brett Domino and Steven Peavis (aka "The Brett Domino Trio") were given just three hours to come up with a hit charity single for the BBC and Comic Relief for Comic Relief's "Red Nose Day" this Friday the 13th. Brett and Steven walk you through the harrowing process, then check out the finished song @ 3:10. View Now
When you're a musician you have to stay in shape, you have to be musically fit. So here's your how-to guide for playing the trumpet and getting a little exercise in the process! View Now
Cellos are expensive, so you probably want to keep them far away from where you could trip and crush them. Because let's face it, that fall would hurt the wallet or in this case, the school budget. But thankfully everyone was okay... Except the cello of course. View Now
When you're shooting a music video, there's production costs but there's also the director's vision. In this one he needs more fog - but not too much... it has to be just right or else the whole thing isn't going to work. See for yourself.
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If you're old enough to remember (and cherish) Guns n' Roses, then you will love this awesome cover of their mega-hit "Welcome to the Jungle" by 2Cellos. Just listen to these guys rock out! Whoever thinks classical instruments and rock n' roll don't go together should watch this video. View Now
Sam Smith is the talk of the town after sweeping the Grammy's a couple of weeks ago. Check out this beautiful rendition of his song "Latch" performed by string trio Simply Three. The dancing routine only adds to the soothing feel of the video. Make sure to check out more music by Simply Three. View Now