Julia Nunes on the Ukulele.
Music video by AC/DC performing Back In Black. (C) 1981 J. Albert & Son (Pty.) Ltd.
Jess Greenberg covers Highway to Hell by AC/DC.
Frustrated by not being able to sing two notes at the same time, musical inventor Beardyman built a machine to allow him to create loops and layers from just the sounds he makes with his voice. Given that he can effortlessly conjure the sound of everything from crying babies to buzzing flies, not to mention mimic pretty much any musical instrument imaginable, that's a lot of different sounds. Sit back and let the wall of sound of this dazzling performance wash over you.
Leonard Nimoy sings The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins for fans at Fan Expo 2009.
Music video by AC/DC performing Thunderstruck. (C) 2011 Leidseplein Presse B.V.
Flashmob oficina paro (Carne Cruda 2.0). A program on Spanish radio, organized a small flashmob to perform and sing The Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun" for one of the unemployment offices in Madrid.
Jimmy Fallon dressed as Jim Morrison and The Doors cover the theme song to the classic Reading Rainbow.
The Dudes performed with The Roots on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon!
Originally aired May 12, 2009.
The Lonely Island are Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer & Jorma Taccone.
ArcAttack employs a unique DJ set up of their own creation to generate an 'electrifying' audio visual performance.
The HVDJ pumps music through a PA system while two specially designed DRSSTC's (Dual-Resonant Solid State Tesla Coils) act as separate synchronized instruments.
These high tech machines produce an electrical arc similar to a continuous lightning bolt and put out a crisply distorted square wave sound reminiscent of the early days of synthesizers.
Don't think it comes better than this!
Live in Hammersmith, 1973.
sElf , Live At Spaceland acoustic 2005, opening for Britt Daniel