Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme Kicks Photographer Video has surfaced of Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme kicking a photographer during the band's performance at KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas concert in Los Angeles on Saturday night. The incident occurred during the fourth song of the band's set, "The Evil Has Landed". As you can see in the video above, Homme appears to deliberately kick the camera out of the photographer's hands. The photographer, Chelsea Lauren, posted the video on her Facebook page and added that she spent the night in the ER.
Slash – Anastasia (guitar cover by Marina Andrienko) This is my cover of an incredible song by Slash called Anastasia. I used a backing track in this cover so the original guitar sound is cut off. This song was actually quite difficult for me to learn (especially the long solo) but I tried hard and put all my heart into this cover. I feel nervous and really hope you like it. Thanks for watching.
New Zealand parliament closes to Christmas ukulele song As New Zealand parliament closed for the year, politicians Marama Fox and Te Ururoa Flavell performed their own version of Santa Baby. The Maori Party co-leaders urged people to join up in their take on the Christmas classic.
Kid Gets Hit By Door Remix Songs:
Rihanna - "Disturbia"
Survivor - "Eye Of The Tiger"
Daft Punk - "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger"
Phil Collins - "In The Air Tonight"
LMFAO - "Party Rock Anthem (Jeremy Davis Drum Cover)"
The saddest song in the world. “Mad World” – Gary Jules The original video of Gary Jules' and Michael Andrews' cover version of Mad World, directed by Michel Gondry. Throughout the video children are making animated figures on the sidewalk below. (the song was featured in the movie Donnie Darko. If you haven't seen it, seriously consider it.)
Hello in 25 styles My name is Anthony Vincent and I'm the voice of Ten Second Songs and I hope you all enjoy my cover of Adele's Hello performed in 25 different styles.
Folk Music In A Wolf Sanctuary Folk singer Shawn James was on tour when he and his crew had the opportunity to stop by the W.O.L.F. sanctuary in Colorado. With snow in the air and on the ground, and wolves milling about, they decided it might make a great backdrop for a recording, a cover of A.A. Bondy’s “American Hearts.” The song just so happens to begin with the lyrics, “We were raised by wolves / And we are still wild / And we howl when the troubled wind blows.” Imagine their surprise, when shortly after they began to sing this song, the wolves decided to join in. They reported shivers down their spine during the recording, and it’s easy to see why. The slow, somber song and the eerie, echoing wails of the wolves combine for one beautiful and atmospheric video.
One Man, 90 Instruments The song is a cover of 'Misirlou', an old Greek song. You probably know the version by Dick Dale. It was the theme of Pulp Fiction. It was also sampled by Black Eyed Peas for their song 'Pump It'.