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All of MeowRocket's band members have cerebral palsy, but are able to play instruments using different programs and apps. The new technology allows for them to play instruments in just one movement. The Australian band is part of a music program and they have released an album on iTunes.
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Annie may have a "Hard Knock Life" but several artists, writers and aspiring comedians live a "Freelance Life." The gang at Garlic Jackson Comedy have taken the Broadway and movie musical favorite in a new direction. This catchy tune speaks to several in their post-collegiate careers.
These girls want to rock! A girl band from Japan known as BABYMETAL has developed a massive viral following because of their unique style. The girls look like pop princesses but love to rock out in a hardcore way on stage. The trio features three teens who barely knew about heavy metal music a few years ago, but they look to be redefining the rules of music genres with their killer tunes.
Trevor Moran is known for his dance moves and his tendency to use Apple Stores as the settings for his videos. This time, Moran is back with an original song, "The Dark Side," as opposed to his normal covers of popular music artists.
Some people can't live without coffee, but this singer has a passion for Dunkin Donuts like we've never seen before. A parody of Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love," this artistic look at a unique kind of love is pretty funny and also a bit weird (but we can deal). Who knew that doughnuts and coffee could lead to such comedic brilliance?
Hot and explicit, Queen B can do no wrong. The song is pretty seductive too, but who honestly cares about that? Beyoncé is one sexy woman. Enough said. Oh, and you're welcome.
"Happy" by Pharrell Williams has become a bit of a cultural phenomenon. The 24-hour music video that went along with the song has inspired several people to reenact the feature. Happy in NYC is a blog that features several of the Happy-inspired videos.
Charles Trippy's latest vlog involves his father and the young musician sharing their musical success. Trippy's dad was a drummer for the Allman Brothers and he has a gold record from one of their albums. Well, Trippy one-upped his proud dad by recently receiving a platinum record for his work as a bassist for We the Kings. It has been a good stretch of time for Trippy as he also recently learned that his brain tumor is rapidly shrinking following chemotherapy treatments.
Eminem knows how to make an entrance, and apparently, his audience doesn't know how to make an exit. This was the scene following Slim Shady's performance in Brisbane, Australia. This impatient group of fans likely didn't beat the traffic, despite their rush to leave.
"Let It Go" from the movie Frozen is nominated for an Oscar, but now it also has an international cover as well (sort of). Malinda Kathleen Reese decided to put the lyrics through Google Translation and then used the different languages to get direct translations back into English. She then sang those direct translations instead of the original lyrics to the same tune. It's not only smart, but hilarious as well.
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.
Shadow of the Sun was performing in Lviv, Ukraine when a member of the crowd decided to grab the microphone. After the lead singer controlled one guy, another member of the intruder's activist group jumped on stage and drop kicked the performer. Five people were arrested in the melee.