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Puddles Pity Party

Puddles: What a Wonderful World

Puddles: What a Wonderful World

The sad clown with the golden voice turns in another soulful performance, with his take on the 1967 classic, made famous by Louis Armstrong. Puddles imbues it with a decidedly bittersweet undertone given some of the awful things going on in the world these days.

Puddles: Come Sail Away & Let It Go

Puddles: Come Sail Away & Let It Go

Puddles Pity Party belts out another couple of soul-stirring covers, this time performing a smoosh-up of the Styx classic Come Sail Away and Let It Go from the Disney animated flick Frozen. Crank the volume up to 11 for this one.

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ELO x Adele x Puddles

ELO x Adele x Puddles

Puddles Pity Party masterfully performs a smoosh-up of Electric Light Orchestra’s classic Telephone Line and Adele’s hit Hello, applying his smooth and buttery voice to two tracks about reaching out and touching someone.

Puddles Pogues Party

Puddles Pogues Party

Puddles Pity Party bumped into Cáit O’Riordan of famed punk-folk band The Pogues and convinced her to join him in a duet of I’m A Man You Don’t Meet Every Day, a traditional Irish folk song the Pogues’ famously performed on Rum Sodomy & the Lash.

Puddles: Where Is My Mind?

Puddles: Where Is My Mind?

Puddles Pity Party is back with another flawless cover, this time taking on one of our favorite songs of all time, the Pixies’ 1988 classic Where Is My Mind?, in a fantastic arrangement by Storm Large and The Balls.

Puddles: Under Pressure/Let It Go

Puddles: Under Pressure/Let It Go

Like many of us, Puddles Pity Party has the occasional bad day. The sad clown with the golden voice works out his stress with a little pie, some cupcakes, and a impassioned cover smoosh-up of Queen and David Bowie’s Under Pressure, and Let It Go from Disney’s Frozen.

Puddles: Perfect Day

Puddles: Perfect Day

Lou Reed’s 1972 track Perfect Day is one of our all-time favorite songs, so the idea of covering it makes us a little twitchy. But if anyone can pull it off, it’s Puddles Pity Party – and he did it with his usual vocal and emotional aplomb.

Puddles: Dreaming

Puddles: Dreaming

We’re rooting for Puddles to take the win on America’s Got Talent, but he’s got some stiff competition. Regardless of the outcome, we’ll always have his YouTube channel. Here, he picks up his guitar and turns in a dialed-down arrangement of Blondie’s 1979 hit Dreaming.

Life with Puddles

Life with Puddles

If you follow The Awesomer, you know we’re huge fans of Puddles Pity Party. But, much like half of Penn and Teller, he doesn’t speak. Inside Joke got a rare opportunity to learn about Puddles from Big Mike Geier, the man behind the legend. Bonus points for the Yolandi shirt.

Puddles on AGT

Puddles on AGT

We’ve been fans of Puddles Pity Party since he first hit the scene. Now, he’s about to break wide after appearing on America’s Got Talent. To kick off his almost certain domination of the competition, he performed a rendition of Sia’s Chandelier, arranged by Postmodern Jukebox.

Imagine My Hero

Imagine My Hero

After wowing us with his Folsom Pinball Blues, Puddles Pity Party is back with another awesome combo track, seamlessly melding Foo Fighters’ My Hero with John Lennon’s Imagine into an entirely new song. Puddles is our hero.

Puddles: I (Who Have Nothing)

Puddles: I (Who Have Nothing)

While we were looking for something entirely different, we stumbled onto this incredible cover version of the Tom Jones classic I (Who Have Nothing) as performed by the always incredible Puddles the Clown, captured in studio by Paste Magazine.

Puddles Pity Party: Day After Day

Puddles Pity Party: Day After Day

We’ve got chills after listening to Puddles the clown’s emotional acoustic performance of a track from one of our favorite bands of all time, Badfinger. And if you don’t know who we’re talking about, it’s time you educated yourself.

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Puddles x PMJ: All the Small Things

Puddles x PMJ: All the Small Things

Puddles seems even sadder than usual as he reunites with Postmodern Jukebox to sing a toned down version of Blink-182’s pop hit All the Small Things. The song seems so much creepier sung by a 6-foot 8-inch tall clown.

Folsom Pinball Blues

Folsom Pinball Blues

Puddles Pity Party managed to mash up two unlikely tunes into one, combining the Johnny Cash classic Folsom Prison Blues with The Who’s Pinball Wizard. We’re not sure why it works, but Puddles always does a good job hypnotizing us with his voice.

Puddles Pity Party: Crying

Puddles Pity Party: Crying

Roy Orbison’s classic track Crying already makes us weepy every time we hear it, but give it to the sad clown with the golden voice, and the emotional impact escalates to another level. Has somebody been cutting onions up in here?

Viva La Vida: Sad Clown Style

Viva La Vida: Sad Clown Style

Awesomer faves Postmodern Jukebox and Puddles Pity Party collaborated on this larger than life cover version of Coldplay’s 2008 hit Viva La Vida, led off by the inimitable vocal stylings of everyone’s favorite sad clown with the golden voice.

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