Oh here is a fun one. Youtube provides creators with a list of "copyright free" songs they can put in their videos. Turns out, one of their "copyright free" songs has a sample from a song from 1956 owned, in part, by Warner Brothers, Sony, and three other record companies:
Yesterday I was at the gas station and I spotted a guy with what looked like a cigar box guitar headstock coming up out of his backpack. I walked up to him and started a conversation, and sure enough it was a homemade guitar (not a cigar box, but he used a box that was about the same size.)
[Just the headstock on this thing was so cool. He used eye screws for tuners; it was pretty badass.]
I have wanted to learn how to play the bass for quite a while. But I've never done anything about it because it all seems too intimidating. I'm afraid of messing up, so I don't start, so I don't get past the "I mess up everything!" phase.
Great classic motown groove:
Great lyrics, great voice, great build up:
This is smooth, you wouldn't expect smooth from a ukulele and acoustic bass:
My car is in the shop for some transmission work (yeah, I know, FUN), and in a spectacular display of timing we just donated our previous car to Minnesota Teen Challenge. So I'm carless and my friend Nathan has been giving me rides.