I know we've already done a cover of Royals from Lorde in past episodes of Discover The Cover, but this one is too unique and cool NOT to share! We all know the band Walk of the Earth for being creative when it comes to covering songs and making unbelievably entertaining videos to watch on YouTube. And they've done it again. I've never seen anything like this before, you'll watch this one twice for sure!
At first I was disappointed that "the bearded guy" doesn't seem to be in the video at all, but never fear, he makes an appearance when the time seems right.
In case you didn't know Walk of the Earth are Canadian, and here's a little background history!
Walk Off The Earth is a five piece band that's been taking the world by storm. Based in Burlington Ontario, they got their rise to fame with their ...
Tanner Howe does a stripped down version of Imagine Dragon's "Demons". This is a pure raw, acoustic, piano cover. Pure talent right here! Good on ya Tanner!
A little background history on Tanner:
Tanner Howe is a singer/songwriter from Southern California. He works a lot with his sister Taylor Howe, who is also a singer/songwriter. Together they have made an album and YouTube channel with all of those songs, along with covers of songs that they like.
This mom decided to be creative while her baby slept, she took house hold items and snapped a picture of the results. They are stunning, quite creative too don't you think!
Looking for an idea for what to dress up as for Halloween this year? This might be the best Halloween costume idea EVER! Gotta love LED lights. You'll probably watch this one twice in a row!
This is certainly a different take of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble". They give it a really sultry swing. At first I wasn't sure if I was going to like it, being such a popular tune from Taylor Swift, it's always hard to make a cover your own and put a unique spin on it. This band certainly did, they are called "Ridge Road" and this is their take of Taylor Swift's I Knew You Were Trouble.
A little background history on Ridge Road:
Ridge Road formed back in 2010 with band mated Ty Skinner and Isaac Cantrell. Ty on vocals and playing Harmonica, while Isaac mashes out music on Piano and Guitar. The duo has an EP that is a free download for anyone who is a fan of their covers they might have heard on YouTube, and a link bellow will direct you to where to ...
Here's an interesting take on Katy Perry's The One That Got Away. I don't think she ever imagined it sung as a duet, but Tiffany Alvord & Chester See invisioned it as one, and they decided to cover it and post it on YouTube. I think Katy Perry would be proud!
And of course, here is a little bit of history on the duo
Tiffany Alvord is a singer and songwriter. She has been cited as one of YouTube's first "home-grown celebrities" and has a large social presence on YouTube with over 330 million video views and over 1.6 million subscribers, making her channel among the top 50 most subscribed music channels on YouTube. She also has a strong presence on other social media sites, including more than 1 million Facebook followers and a quarter of a million Twitter followers. In December 2012, Alvord performed in Times Square on the ...
Everyone needs a little bit of love in their day. And what a way to celebrate the holiday long weekend than with a classic hit from the man who knew what love was all about, Mr Bob Marley! This is a unique rendition by artists around the world. Playing for Change is a great organization that brings music to the world by recording artists and mixing and mastering it all together to create a beautiful version of the classic "One Love". They also bring instruments and music lessons to 3rd world countries which is a wonderful cause.
Here's a little background history on the organization:
Playing for Change is a multimedia music project, created by the American producer and sound engineer Mark Johnson with his Timeless Media Group, that seeks to bring together musicians from around the world. Playing For Change also created a separate non-profit organization called the Playing ...
This has to be one of the most bizarre songs ever written, the music video is just as crazy! But, as you can imagine anything that is unique and original goes viral on YouTube. It's already over 100 million video views!
And in case you really were wondering what a fox actually sounds like, here is what the fox actually says:
This YouTube user decided to pose a question, do dogs have brains? I have a feeling maybe she doesn't have a brain. Either that, or this is setup, and posted for fun. Who honestly would believe that a dog doesn't have a brain? She explains why she has this theory in this epic video that is going viral online
This time we take the top of the charts hit from Lorde "Royals" and mix it with the haunting vocals of Kina Grannis together with Fresh Big Mouf's unique beats from the subway station. It mashes together to create something unbelievably addictive to listen too. You might have to watch this one once or twice
Background history on Kina:
Kina Grannis was the winner of the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest. As a result of winning, she earned a recording contract with Interscope Records and had her music video played during the commercials of Super Bowl XLII on February 3, 2008. She recently won Best Web-Born Artist at the 2011 MTV O Music Awards. Grannis planned to work with Interscope Records to produce a new album but in January 2009, she announced that she was leaving the label to be an independent artist. Ever since then, with the help ...