Musician Samurai Guitarist created this unusual, but somehow just right cover version of the familiar Russian style theme song from the arcade classic, Tetris. We just wanted to shout Rawhide! at the end.
The elder statesman of musical comedy proves he’s still got it, as he shows off his youthful exuberance at the age of 89, dancing with his wife Arlene to the jazz-infused bluegrass sounds of The Dustbowl Revival’s track Never Had to Go.
The moment that you hear the first twang from the banjoist of Finnish bluegrass group Steve ‘N’ Seagulls as he furiously plucks out the familiar opening riff of the standard in AC/DC you know you’re about to be Thunderstruck.
Our fingers always got all tangled up when trying to play Enter Sandman on Rock Band, but that doesn’t seem to be a problem for the musicians of Iron Horse, who gave the Metallica classic a shiny coat of Bluegrass paint.
Mustered Courage breathes new life into Seal’s hit track from… ehm… Batman Forever, and puts their own unique spin on it with a country twang, two acoustic guitars and a little banjo and mandolin on the side.
We know the new record is out, but take a trip down memory lane and remember why you still love Daft Punk when you hear the Seven Handle Circus perform their string-laden bluegrass rendition of One More Time. (Thanks Brandon!)
If you’re like us, you’re still trying to unsee that Superbowl halftime show, but we’ve got a feeling if you watch The Cleverlys doing this bluegrass cover it might make you feel better. (Thanks Chris!)