This Machine Can Play the Violin. It Sounds Terrible…and It’s Incredible

Feb 23, 2015 By Abraham 0

Inventor Seth Goldstein says his goal is to create “kinetic sculpture machines which are novel, aesthetic, and unexpected, and which also can inspire, entertain, and demonstrate the power of engineering.”

By that standard, even though his violin-playing contraption is not going to be taking a chair at the symphony any time soon, it’s a complete success. Unexpected? Check. Amazing engineering? Absolutely…

Fallon Recaps the Crazy Whirlwind Impromptu All-star Concert After SNL’s 40th Reunion

Feb 17, 2015 By Abraham 0

The all-night afterparty that punctuated Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary show was a completely unexpected display of random celebrities’ musical prowess. Let Jimmy Fallon tell you the insane story…

Severely Disabled Boy Comes Alive at the Sound of Dad’s Tearjerking Original Song

Feb 13, 2015 By Abraham 0

Little Jared Correia had a stroke before he was born and as a result he has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, leaving him unable to walk or talk. And on top of all that, he’s blind.

He spends much of his time seemingly unresponsive, but his dad knows how to reach him — with music. Jared’s reaction to his dad’s song is nothing short of incredible…

Singer Jokingly Plays 3 AC/DC Chords. The Crowd Amazingly Takes It the Rest of the Way…

Feb 12, 2015 By Abraham 0

During a bit of stage banter at a New York show last summer, musician Matt Nathanson casually played the first few chords of AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long.” It was only meant to punctuate something he was saying between songs in his set, but the crowd picked it up immediately and didn’t let the song end.

You can feel the electric energy between the band and the audience even just watching it on YouTube, and then the spot-on solo starts…

(NSFW language)

Via: Reddit