Attention to all new dads everywhere, just because you have an absolutely adorable little one at home doesn’t mean you have to give up on some of the hobbies you love the most! Sometimes all it requires is a little positive thinking, practice and knowhow!
Anytime an audience member wants to jump on stage and sing a duet with the musician it’s always a little concerning. You never know how it’s going to sound and you always assume the worst. Like when 19-year-old college freshman Michael Pollack sat in the audience at Vanderbilt University while Billy Joel conducted a Q&A and performed for the excited students. The longtime fan quietly raised his hand and asked if he could play with the music legend. Not expecting him to actually say yes, Billy obliged — and when they broke into “New York State Of Mind” (one of my all-time favorite songs) it was nothing less than amazing.
When Italian student Andrea Faustini walked in for his audition, the “X Factor” judges had pretty much written him off. But when the 20-year-old opened his mouth to sing the Jackson 5′s classic hit “Who’s Loving You,” everyone was shocked. They’d found a star.
While classical music can be very beneficial for both doctors and patients during surgeries, it’s not often that you hear Mozart coming from the operating table…
You may never have heard of Michael McNamara before watching this video, but after, you’ll want to know all about him!
When 16-year-old chip shop worker Michael Rice walked into his audition for UK’s “The X Factor,” he was soft-spoken and shy when interacting with the judges. But when he opened his mouth to start singing his rendition Whitney Houston’s “I Look to You,” the judges’ jaws hit the floor.
Paul Smith was born with cerebral palsy, and since the 70s he lived in an Oregon nursing home until the day he passed away. But there was always something special about Paul — something he had been doing his entire life, to the amazement of everyone who knew him.
When Tina and her dog Chandi came onstage, the judges of Britain’s Got Talent didn’t seem impressed, but that’s only because they were judging a book by its cover! With plain clothes, no real make-up, and a regular-looking dog at her side, Tina’s act didn’t look like much. But as soon as the music started – everything changed!
A Cappella groups have made a real comeback in the past few years and I’m loving every second of it! However, rarely can a group make such a nice impression as this group of young men from University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Simon Westlund took the stage on Sweden’s Got Talent and shocked the judges when he told them he could solve a Rubik’s Cube in a limited space of time — using only his feet!