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Alexa Jarred got some pretty cool opportunities in the last two years to perform two separate times with the very popular Jason Mraz. This is the song she wrote about the experience.
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Alexa Jarred may just be the luckiest aspiring singer we have ever seen. After waiting patiently for an ages 21 and up show to let out, she casually bumped into singer Jason Mraz where they did an impromptu jam session in an alleyway. Then, a few years later, she got to sing with him again... in front of thousands of fans at one of his concerts. The extremely talented Alexa has even written her own song about the experience and you can check it out here.
Concert Video Courtesy of kitzeekatkat
Everyone has had a time in their life when they can't wait to get out of the city that they have grown up in. Slater Smith, the lead singer of The Weather Machine, had that very dream when he was in college and wrote his song, "Back O'er Oregon." A while later, he made a promise to himself that if he stayed, he wanted to see all there was to see, and made this awesome music video while traveling to all 180 state parks in his home state.
Thrift Shop, Get Lucky, The Fox, Wrecking Ball, Blurred Lines, and even the Harlem Shake all make the list of the "20 Most Overplayed Songs of 2013" that the talented Chad Neidt mashed up together here in just one minute!
Alaa Wardi covered the French song "Aicha" that laments an unrequited love. It's in French (with a little taste of Arabic), but don't worry, it's just as mesmerizing as the other a cappella performances we've seen! And even though you may not be familiar with this song, it might be the next thing you play on loop for a while.
Chad Neidt's new music video is an interesting commentary on how the "Millennial" generation better make it while they're young before they get trapped into dead end jobs and lives they don't like, as with past generations. But are they really running out of time?
You might've already seen the little gem of a store ad that's gotten a lot of attention, but now the "Mike's Golf Shop Fall 2013" video has an update! Check out the song version that might clear a few things up for potential customers. And yes, they definitely buy golf clubs!
Warning: This video contains explicit language. Coming up with a band name is hard. Like really hard. And it's even harder when you have certain restrictions... like not being able to use words such as ****, or ****, or **********. Back to the drawing board for this band, I guess!
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Watch Miley Cyrus class it up by gracefully covering Lana Del Rey's hit "Summertime Sadness." Miley performed the song live for BBC Radio 1's "Live Lounge." Promptly after recording this awesome rendition, the queen of shock walked over to meet one of her best "Wrecking Ball" impersonators Greg James.
Cornel Hrisca-Munn may not have forearms, but he's still an awesome drummer! Check out his cover of the Foo Fighters' song "Everlong," that he performs just like any other drummer, but better. Feeling inspired yet?
First, a street musician is joined by the artist who originally sang the song he is covering. Then, a metal band continues playing as a man throws a chair at them.
Warning: Lyrics are adult in nature (captioned in English). German band "Rakede" created a promo for their upcoming tour with a cool video of them doing their thing, but without any ordinary instruments. Using beer bottles, a table, and a helium balloon, they were still able to drop a sick beat that's true to their usual genre-blending sound.