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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.
The band neoMania managed to create one of the most memorable music videos ever by using a very simple concept: a man's ideal point of view of a hot babe at the gym. Check out their music video for "Third Person View" and you can thank us later. On a side note, isn't the track killer?
Talk about a good turnout. Check out the dozens of celebrities who showed up to bid Chelsea adieu as she leaves her E! show Chelsea Lately. Watch as they re-write the epic anthem "We Are the World" to fit Chelsea and her upcoming adventures beyond the small screen. Bravo!
A lot of people will say rap music doesn't teach you anything. Mac Lethal is an extremely popular rapper on YouTube and he recently received a letter from a music teacher. She wanted to share his music with her students but the content was a little too R-rated. That's when he came up with this.
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!
John Drury is the Dancing Truck Driver, who lost a bunch of weight from just shaking his hips. Drury recently challenged everyone on Twitter and Facebook to do a "Running Man" dance video of their own. Using the #Move4BigJohn, you can join John's challenge with your own version of the "Running Man." The RTM hosts took part in the dancing fun, now it's your turn!
Kelly and Viola recently put on an elephant dance show for Eleanor Bartsch as she played her violin. Rhythm was clearly a dancer for these elephants. Bartsch played Bach's "Concerto in D Minor for 2 Violins," which is also known as "The Bach Double." Click here for the entire performance.
Apparently, Beyoncé "killed" it last night during her medley performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. But she didn't just "kill" her performance, she "literally killed" countless of Twitter users during her unforgettable medley where the hubster Jay-Z walked out on stage with baby Blue Ivy. Now do yourself a favor and watch Jonathan Mann's awesome video.
Violinist Eleanor Bartsch was warming up for her performance of the Bach Concerto for Two Violins at the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Wisconsin when she decided to bring her warm-up outside to Kelly and Viola, two middle aged elephants. She was a bit surprised to discover that the elegant creatures really seemed to enjoy the music, even swaying back and forth to the sound! Click here for the RTM take.
DudeDay presented this little gem back in June of dads responding to Disney's Frozen... in song! Watch the musical decent into madness as two grown men are slowly driven insane by clever lyrics, catchy tunes, and their respective children.
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.