Various Music Videos

Youngblood Hawke with “We Come Running”

Mags Wang with “My Piano”

Kate Mills with “Cherry Tree”

Breakerbox with “Nobody Gets Me”

Postmodern Jukebox covering “Sweet Child O’ Mine”

Home Free with “Champagne Taste (On A Beer Budget)”

Snarky Puppy with Lalah Hathaway on “Something”

Dirty Loops with “Hit Me”

Sara Bareilles and Cyndi Lauper mash-up

Ted Z and The Wranglers with “Ball and Chain”

En Vogue sings opera

Stick Up Boys with “Getaway”

Tokyo & The Boy with “Show and Tell”

The Simple Parade with “Confetti”

Capital Cities with “Safe and Sound”

Rachel Kerr sings “What I Want,” a stirring holiday song

Mo Safren with “Autumn Leaves”

Marc Scibilia with “What If I Can”

Polka music from the Piatkowski Brothers with “She Likes Kielbasa”

The Bourgeois with “Smoke and Mirrors”

New Orleans’ Preservation Hall Jazz Band

David Nolf sings “Hallelujah”

Miley Cyrus with The Roots and Jimmy Fallon singing “We Can’t Stop”

Paul McCartney and George Harrison and Ringo Starr with “Ain’t She Sweet”

Kenny Robinson with “Hero”

Jennifer Hudson sings “And I Am Telling You” from Dreamgirls

Roxanna with “Unforgotten”

Peter Calandra plays “Ashokan Memories”

The Narrowcast with “The Comeback”

Ignite the Fuse – Dubstep Violin:

Sheila Swift with “Daisy”

Sebastian Kole with “Bigger Than My Body”

Luke Potter with “It’s Okay To Dream”

The first music broadcast on the radio…in 1906

The Katinas take on Adele’s “Set Fire To The Rain”

Kevina Hall with “Can’t Stop”

Carina & The Six String Preacher with “Cabin Fever”

Jonny Mantra with “You Mean The World To Me”

Sunny of The Black Pack covers “Say Something”

Documentary on Allen Toussaint

Paloma Michelle covers “Stay With Me”

Barbara Lusch sings “Where The Streets Have No Name”

Daniel Leelarthaepin with “Heaven (To Be With You)”

Beautiful piano music from Michael Modigliani

A.T.A Boyz with “Waitin’ On You”

Trombonafide with “Crew Love” in NYC

True Nature with “You Shouldn’t Have To Shout So Loud”

Hooyoosay with “Come On”

Scott Krippayne sings “The Christmas Song”

Dandy Wellington