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A Capella Genius Deke Sharon Joins RTM Hosts

A Capella Genius Deke Sharon Joins RTM Hosts

Forget about the old-fashioned A Cappella group, because this style of music is making a modern comeback. From movies like Pitch Perfect to its growth on college campuses, A Capella is becoming mainstream. Now, for the first time ever, it is headed to Broadway. One of the driving forces behind Pitch Perfect, Deke Sharon, joined our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype to discuss his latest project. He has spent his adult life trying to make A Capella music popular again. And, it seems to be working. View Now
eBaum's World: Is This Self-Taught Opera Star The Real Thing?

eBaum's World: Is This Self-Taught Opera Star The Real Thing?

With some clever photoshop skills and slight-of-hand, you can wow your friends with photos from your nonexistent trip to Europe or shock your girlfriend when you "accidentally" drop your "cat" out the window. RightThisMinute regular Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World LIVES to dissect these real or fake scenarios using crowdsourced polls. He joins our show today with three headscratchers--an incredible quarterback-powered bottle opener, an impossibly talented street opera performer, and mean-spirited tablet toss. View Now
Hedley Has The Best Reaction To Texting Fans

Hedley Has The Best Reaction To Texting Fans

We've all had our share of one-sided conversations when the other person stays glued to their phones. Worse yet is the incident taking place at a music concert where all the lights, pyrotechnics, and talent in the world can't bring that ONE fan's eyes of her phone.  Canadian pop band Hedley rolled with the punches and come out on top in this one entertaining and extended exchange between lead vocalist and frontman Jacob Hoggard and a smartphone-addicted fan at the Quebec City Summer Festival (FEQ).  View Now
Please Stop Dancing Like These 2 Guys

Please Stop Dancing Like These 2 Guys

We've all got the music in us but sometimes there's people who should TURN DOWN the volume a little. Take this violent aging rocker who's trying to pick a fight in the mosh pit of this VÆN deathcore show in Mississippi. He keeps throwing punches and shoves at other concertgoers until he finally gets a taste of his own medicine music. Others just have uncomfortable taste, like this hilarious dude who's sexing it up on his backyard pool in ways we've never seen a man move before. View Now
A DAIRY Good MOOsic Video

A DAIRY Good MOOsic Video

If you've seen those viral videos of musicians serenading herds of cows, you've discovered the world's main source of dairy are incredibly musical creatures. Well, leave it to zany and entertaining DJ Flula to pay a musical tribute to the source of our delicious milkshakes, cheeses and yogurts at this Florida dairy yard. Complete with cow-print digital camo, sassy german-accent lyrics and water hoses, this signature Flula mashup is the weird music video you've GOT to see... and probably can't forget! View Now
Broadway Stars Come Together to Record Track to Benefit Orlando Victims

Broadway Stars Come Together to Record Track to Benefit Orlando Victims

In the wake of the Orlando massacre, most of us were left feeling helpless. The Broadway community got together to record this very special version of "What the World Needs Now is Love." Because you know what? It really does. You'll see a who's who of Broadway stars - past and present, including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Whoopie Goldberg, Sarah Jessica Parker and lots more. Check it out! View Now
Young Girl Delivers Powerful Performance on ‘America’s Got Talent'

Young Girl Delivers Powerful Performance on ‘America’s Got Talent'

Grace Vanderwaal, 12, is taking the Internet by storm since her incredible performance on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” earlier this week. The young singer-songwriter from New York took to the stage with an original song called, “I Don’t Know My Name.” With ukulele in hand, she blew the crowd away and left the judges in awe. Simon Cowell even went as far as to predict that she’ll be the next Taylor Swift (who is now following her on Twitter)—and we can’t disagree. View Now
Florence + the Machine Performs Private Concert for Teen in Hospice

Florence + the Machine Performs Private Concert for Teen in Hospice

When Florence + the Machine heard a 15-year-old fan was unable to attend their concert at the Austin 360 Amphitheater last Thursday, they decided to take the concert to her at Hospice Austin's Christopher House. Florence Welch sang all her greatest hits along with the teen, while friends, family and staffers looked on while recording the special visit for the world to see. Watch more of Hospice Austin's heartwarming videos hereView Now
Musical About Freaking Out When the Internet is Down is Funny 'Cause It's True

Musical About Freaking Out When the Internet is Down is Funny 'Cause It's True

Nobody likes seeing that pixilated dinosaur on their computer screen above the text "There is no Internet connection." What?! You can't do that to us! Isn't the Internet more of a right than a privilege nowadays? Check out AVByte's latest musical number that tackles how we react when we suddenly find ourselves completely disconnected and unable to connect with each other. Pretty ironic. Dont'cha think? View Now
Dad Lip Syncing to Singing Daughter is Too Adorable

Dad Lip Syncing to Singing Daughter is Too Adorable

A dad found a brilliant way to pass the time while babysitting his two children. Left to his own device, the father lip-synced along to his daughter’s adorable rendition of Frozen’s, “Let It Go.” Try watching this video without cracking a smile because the entire ordeal is nothing short of amazing. View Now
Watch Felon Sing Adele-Inspired Apology to Judge, His Mom and the Victim

Watch Felon Sing Adele-Inspired Apology to Judge, His Mom and the Victim

It's never easy to say I'm sorry so why not sing it instead? That's exactly what 21-year-old Brian Earl Taylor did during his sentencing in Washtenaw County. He was convicted of unlawful imprisonment and carrying a concealed weapon. Taylor found a little inspiration in Adele as he belts his seemingly heartfelt rendition of "Hello" only in this case, it's "Sorry." View Now