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A pair of soldiers have started a country music band in Fort Eustis, Virginia. Patten and Goff posted their new song "Proud of Who I Am" on Facebook and the music video already has garnered more than 30,000 shares. The video is being shared around the world and could become a popular military anthem for our troops.
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An epic jam session took place on a recent canoeing trip with five musicians. The impromptu awesomeness may have been better than the trip itself.
Stand aside Metallica there's a new heavy metal god in town and his name is Ethan Conrad. He's one years old and can rock out with his ABC's. It might be the most adorable *ahem* we mean badass rendition of the ABC's ever! Rock on, kid, rock on!
Ever wonder why MTV doesn't play music videos anymore? Well, Cracked has crafted a hilarious and brutally honest sketch on why you won't see your favorite artists lip syncing to predictable pop songs on the network. If you're not a "millennial," you'll probably not be happy with the answer. This video is from last year but is currently trending and it's easy to see why based on its subject matter.
Kathryn and Gil recently got married in Dallas, Texas. That's why her brothers, David and Jonathan, decided to write and perform a song for the glorious occasion. The guys performed the song at the couple's rehearsal dinner and went over the things that Kathryn had learned about men from her brothers. Her brother, David, joined RTM to discuss the song he wrote for his sibling.
Two videos that feature young talented musicians. In clip one, 11-year-old Valeria rocks out on a drum set much to the surprise of everyone in attendance. In clip two, this little boy nose how to play the piano.
The return of the school year is a big deal to the What's Up Moms. With the kids away, these moms fill their days with fun... and apparently Target shopping. Errands without kids "sounds really fun," according to these ladies. Celebrate with them and enjoy yourself this school year, Moms!
Grace Liu is following in the footsteps of Rebecca Black with a pop-rap song called "Jump." Liu busts some rhymes on the track by Patrice Wilson, who discovered Black. The 10-year-old YouTube pop star also has a single that is sung almost entirely in Chinese.
Talented violinist Roger Frisch underwent brain surgery while playing his instrument. Frisch noticed a tremor in his arm while playing violin, so he went to the Minnesota Mayo Clinic to have it diagnosed in 2009. He underwent experimental Deep Brain Stimulation surgery and was awake for the first part of the procedure. During that period, Frisch played the violin so that the doctors could repair the tremor. He has since continued his role with the Minnesota Orchestra.
The Carolina Crown marching band was performing at Lucas Oil Stadium during the Drum Corps International competition in Indianapolis when snare drummer Ryan Hall dropped his instrument. Hall had to continue his routine without the drum, but a judge was able to reunite him with the equipment. Hall finished his set with his kit intact.
Getting married is a big deal, but tying the knot in front of a former Beatle is even more awesome. That's exactly what Andrea Copado and Adam Kowal did recently in Phoenix, Arizona. The couple was married by Sir Paul McCartney during a recent concert. The impromptu ceremony was a once in a lifetime experience for not only the couple, but for the entire audience as well. The newly-weds joined RTM to discuss the ceremony and the idea behind it. Click here for the entire ceremony.
Jason Derulo's mega-hit "Wiggle" recently inspired the Missouri Tigers football team to add something new to practice. The squad, featuring several large linemen, decided to dance to the popular song while warming up. Their collective "wiggles" were all caught on camera. Click here for the original video.