Jun 012014
Michael Jackson Covered On Bottles

As their name suggests, the Bottle Boys are masters at performing music using regular plastic and glass bottles. For their latest project, the group of music nerds performed the Michael Jackson classic Billie Jean on nothing more than a slew of beer bottles filled with varying amounts of water. Impressive!


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May 302014
Covering Heavy Metal On Banjo Is Ridiculous

Country music is most known for relaxing river music and square dancing. Most people do not connect country with heavy metal rock music. That’s exactly why musician Rob Scallon merged the banjo with Slayer. This outrageous cover of Raining Blood has gone viral with over 1.5 million views over the week. 



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May 292014
Evolution Of Miley Cyrus Medley

Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying of Pentatonix and SUPER FRUIT are back with another epic pop music medley. They last went viral in March with their diva Evolution of Beyonce. That medley stands with over 4 million views! Now, they have returned to cover all of the best hits by the one and only Miley Cryus. In one day their Evolution of Miley has amassed over one million hits!


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May 202014
Legend of Zelda Theme Song on Wine Glasses

The theme song for The Legend of Zelda maybe one of the most famous musical pieces in video game history aside from Super Mario. Dan Newbie has made a name for himself online performing epic music covers using only wine glasses and other kitchenware. This time, he recreates the timeless music from The Legend of Zelda using empty bottles, glasses, and a couple pots and pans. As usual, he knocks it outta the park!


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May 152014
Slayer Covered On Ukulele

The ukulele is a springy, upbeat instrument. It’s not exactly what comes to mind when one thinks of heavy metal music such as Slayer. Just for fun, musician Rob Scallon opted to cover Slayer’s War Ensemble with the electric guitar replaced with the ukulele. The resulting song is strange to say the least and has gone viral with over 200,000 new views.


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