Eruption played by Tina,14 years old.
Van Halen – Eruption solo.
Vigier excalibur custom.
Canadian singer Alexis Normand butchers the American National Anthem in the 2013 Memorial Cup game between the Portland Winterhawks and the Halifax Mooseheads. The crowd took it pretty well, all things considered.
What’s your excuse for why you can’t do that one thing again?
Follow drummer Cornel Hrisca-Munn on his Twitter page
And of course it’s a revised version of Space Oddity. Performed by Commander Chris Hadfield, who runs what has to be the coolest Twitter account in the universe.
Commander Hadfield is coming home tomorrow, so I’d just like to say thanks on behalf of all of us who have enjoyed watching his videos while he’s been hurtling around the planet. Welcome home, Commander.
I love when celebs are unpredictable. Well played, Hayley.
Zach Sobiech is 17 years old and diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer that takes the lives of a large percent of its childhood victims. Given only months to live, Zach turned to music to say goodbye. His song “Clouds” spread, and soon, Zach’s message was heard across the country until eventually a slew of celebrities wanted to sing the song in honor of him.
To see Zach sing “Clouds” in its original form click HERE. It’s worth it, BTW.
Good guy and hero Charles Ramsey just received the mandatory internet auto-tune from the Gregory Brothers. Ramsey told the media yesterday that any and all reward money he receives will go to the victims of the kidnapping.
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If you haven’t heard of Capital Cities yet, it’s because you’re dead. They played theCHIVE’s Holiday party here, and are phenomenal. Their single “Safe and Sound” is available for download here, and their new album Tidal Wave of Mystery drops June 11th.
Warning: By any definition this contains strong language and a lot of sexual references. It is almost certainly NSFW. It is also terrifically brilliant.
True talent shows up in the most unlikely of places. Of course I’m referring to the singer, the guitar player could use a few lessons.
Norwegian pop-comedy duo Kollektivet serves up this perfect parody of today’s pop music
Marlana VanHoose is a 16 year-old that was blessed with a God-given voice. This is one of the better National Anthems you will ever hear.