In case your kid hasn't already gotten their hands on a recorder (AKA the most annoying musical instrument ever created), handcraft one from their favorite orange veggie and a power drill with BuzzFeed Nifty's latest DIY tutorial. Follow the instructions, insert earplugs and you're set!
Two years after their "Titanium" cover went viral, Leah Kirwan and Noah are still singing! We've got to be honest—they're one of the favorite duos we've ever had on RightThisMinute. Guess how excited we were when the siblings dropped their latest internet hit—an original song dedicated to little brother!
Some kids are overjoyed to have another sibling join the family. Others... not so much. It's pretty obvious which one little Ella is as she cuddles her brand-new sister Aubrey in this heartwarming Rumble video. "Adorable" doesn't do this sweetie justice!
Watch a future disc jockey in the making as 11-month-old Garrick Choate mashes up two of his favorite musical toys. Word on the street's that "DJ Fisher-Price" could be booking gigs soon!
Thoughtfulness can go a long way when it comes to relationships whether it's a small or grand gesture. Rapper Logic is about to give his wife Jessica the sweetest birthday gift. The television show "Curb Your Enthusiasm" is one of their all-time favorites. Here's where the thoughtfulness comes in... View Now
Some of Kelly Ridings and his mother's most precious moments now are shared together in song. Although the 88-year-old elder is battling Alzheimer's and lives in an assisted living home, the disease can't steal this mom's musical soul and her favorite gospel songs! Not surprisingly, their heartwarming duets have gone wildly viral ever since Kelly shared them on social media.
That's love, folks.
If you haven't already guessed, surfing in a ferry's wake is harder than it seems. It actually takes dedicated Ben Gravy all day to get it right, but he finally finds the waves he's been dreaming of!
Surfing's already challenging enough without throwing in musical instruments, but that's kind of Professor Santos' thing. Watch as the Portuguese musician effortlessly catches record-breaking gnar-gnar... all the while strumming a violin!
At the age of eight, Lydian began to learn the keys of the piano from his father Varshan. The kid immersed himself in all things piano, whether that was watching his sister play or mimicking videos. Now he is 11-years-old and he can play expert level pieces while blindfolded. This boy is going to be the next Chopin. View Now
The cello is one of the most beautiful instruments and when Yo-Yo Ma plays, everyone in the room goes still. So picture this, you're shopping for that book you've been dying to read at Parnassus Books in Nashville, Tennessee. You hear a cello and it's the infamous "Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major" by Bach. Then you realize who's playing... Yo-Yo Ma. Abbie Smith had the opportunity to experience this incredible "private" concert and we're definitely jealous. View Now
Music truly brings people together, and this time it's for a very good cause. Renowned trombonist and conductor Stephen Sykes is suffering from Hodgkin lymphoma, a very aggressive form of cancer. Stephen can no longer perform, and the treatment he needs is not available and is very expensive. In response, trombonists around the world are stepping in trying to raise some money and raise awareness. View Now
Originally, Dr. Paulo Martins brought a ukulele to the Brazilian hospital where he works to cheer up some older patients. Plans change when little Sophia—who's battling a rare cancer called Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis—starts dancing along to the music! With mom watching, Paulo seizes the heartwarming opportunity and stays to play Sophia a beautiful song.
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Ed Henderson is a dairy farmer living in Florida that has an unconventional method when it comes to herding his cows. He plays some smooth jazz for them. Ever since elementary school, Henderson has been playing the trombone and now he's using his musical abilities to entertain about 6,800 cows! View Now
There's one key thing that makes this talented orchestra stand out from others. The only instruments that they use are typewriters. YouTube channel Great Big Story brings you the history behind the Boston Typewriter Orchestra, which has been typing out some incredible symphonies all over New England since 2004. View Now
If you're creative enough you can just about make music with anything. David Angel Carter is chilling in a hostel courtyard with his buds throwing down some sick beats with boxes, soda cans, garbage bins, and an oven tray. The fun part of this whole thing? It's all improvised! View Now
Everyone knows that one kid growing up who'd steal the spotlight anytime they could. Well, RightThisMinute's very own Oli Pettigrew was one such kid! In honor of his birthday this Sunday, we did a little digging "way back when" and found these hilarious home videos of Oli and his famous air banjo in action.
Growing up in a community where certain roles are not encouraged for a woman, Nana Ashour ignores society standards and follows her passions. She is Gaza City's first female drummer and she is incredibly proud of it. While she faces quite a bit of public criticism and ridicule, she has her family's support to pursue drums. It begins with women like Nana, to change the course of history. View Now
We've got no excuses for not living out our musical dreams after YouTube sensation Andrew Huang recreates DNCE's "Cake By The Ocean" with only a futuristic LG "InstaView" refrigerator, serious "Foley" skills and some clever editing. His cover's so well made it could be a fridge commercial!
Modern recording studios allow artists to "stack" vocal tracks and instruments, but music wunderkind Dominic Fragman ditches the high-tech to drum, strum and sing simultaneously! After Dominic's cover of Rush's "Tom Sawyer" went viral, he's amped up his "solo-trio" antics to perform what we think is the perfect cover of "Black Dog" by Led Zeppelin.
YouTuber and amazingly innovative guitarist samuraiguitarist can make music with just about anything, so what about a hockey stick, ice skates, a rink, puck and more? Along with pal Jeff Gagne, the two recreate classic "The Hockey Song," originally performed by folksinger Stompin' Tom Connors. It's incredible how the hockey sounds all work together, and we can't get over that hockey stick guitar! View Now
When it comes to animal companions, there's no relationship more sacred than the love between a boy and his pet dog. Musician and guitarist Colin Boutwell puts these wonderful emotions to music in "My Buddy & Me," a heartwarming song dedicated to you-know-who. Merle himself even makes a few cameos as Colin strums!
A legend is born when Twitch star Ice Poseidon features a random street musician on his popular live-stream. Though they'd never talked before, Ice Poseiden invites guitar-playing Dion Lovel up to his apartment and has him strum a hit Ed Sheeran cover. Secretly, though, "Ice" creates s Twitch account for his new friend and tells his thousands of viewers to subscribe and donate to Dion if they like what they hear! View Now
Have you ever looked at a bunch of bananas and thought to yourself that you could make some pretty sweet music with them? Probably not, but that's exactly what YouTube channel Unbox Therapy did courtesy of a clever invention from Makey Makey. View Now
You might remember the Narvaez family's first viral splash in 2010 when 5-year-old Alexa and dad Jorge sang a heartwarming cover of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros' "Home." Fast-forward to today and nearly-teenage Alexa's learning to play the piano! View Now
Rob Scallon is a musician on YouTube that has some serious skill when it comes to playing string instruments. Recently, Scallon decided to tackle the challenge of shredding some metal music...on a sitar. After watching this video you might never look at that instrument the same way ever again. View Now
They say the best things in life are free, but can you imagine David Freiheit's surprise when he stumbles upon "Bucket Boy" Matthew Pretty on the Vegas Strip? He's in for a world-class show as Matthew "bangs," "booms" and "pings" his way into the hearts of an ever-growing crowd.