Monday, March 5, 2012

Dog sings and plays piano

  • Musical instruments and singing the blues arent just reserved for people in jazz bands. In this hilarious 48 second clip on YouTube, the Finnish dog Petu belts out quite a number while slamming his paws on the piano.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • (CBS) - And now, we proudly present a dog making beautiful music. Or at least, as beautiful as music can sound coming from a dog.
  • (CBS News)
  • or channel their inner virtuoso on a piano symphony! This video of a dog (Runty) playing and singing is trending across the Interwebs today, and for good reason. Hes not bad! Your move, cats. The gauntlet has been thrown down.
  • (The Hollywood Gossip)
  • A video of a dog singing and playing the piano has become the latest One popular video features a beagle who joins his musician owner at the piano where he plays for treats.
  • (Digital Journal)
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  • (Boing Boing (blog))
  • Concessions, which include homemade pies, sandwiches, chili dogs, hot dogs Alone but do so at the piano in the style of Jerry Lee Lewis.
  • (Topeka Capital-Journal)
  • Dr. Dog has expanded to a sextet with multi-instrumentalist Carolina Chocolate Drops, Leaving Eden: The Carolina Chocolate Drops are a young trio of singing string players who play the old-fashioned way -- but with new energy.
  • (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  • Listen for some overtone singing also play in the North Carolina Symphony, will perform chamber music by Haydn, interspersed with poetry readings. SATURDAY MARCH 31: Person Recital Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill; 7:00 PM.
  • (MARCH 2012 - Raleigh2.com)
  • Steve Caraway, 8 to 11 p.m., Giuseppes Ristorante and Piano Bar lively singing fools John Rockwell, Gordon Baird, Dave Koen and Kevin Levesque with an endless supply of songs you know and love. Celtic music session, 9 p.m.
  • (Gloucester Daily Times)

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