In an attempt to get Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters to put on a show in Cesena, Italy, 1,000 local musicians gathered together and performed the band’s hit song “Learn To Fly” at the same time. It would be a shock if the Foo Fighters turned down this epic invitation.
[UPDATE] Dave responded with a video saying, “Hi Cesena, I’m David, hello! I’m sorry, I don’t speak Italian, just a little, a little. That video, how beautiful, how very beautiful! Thank you very much, we’re coming to you, I promise. We’ll meet soon, thank you very much, I love you, bye!”
While attending the T in the Park festival at the Strathallan Castle in Perthshire, Scotland, 18-year-old festival-goer Fred Rawicz took a moment to show off his impressive dance moves to Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk.” Rawicz’s, seemingly effortless, four-minute dance routine left other festival-goers awestruck and wanting more.
Before the 2015 MLB All-Star Home Run Derby Monday night, 18-year-old Marlana VanHoose, who has been blind since birth and lives with cerebral palsy, delivered a moving rendition of the “Star Spangled Banner.” VanHoose’s stunning performance left many viewers with chills, including Home Run Derby announcer Chris Berman who said, “If that doesn’t get you ready for a home run derby nothing will.”
On Tuesday night’s episode of America’s Got Talent, 5-year-old Heavenly Joy Jerkins stole the show with her adorable Frozen performance. After telling the judges she hopes to win so that she can donate the money to people in need all over the world, Heavenly sings and taps to “In Summer” from the hit film Frozen.
Throughout the downtown area of Sarasota, Florida there are six public pianos for anyone to play. While walking downtown, Aroar Natasha came across a homeless man, 51 year-old Donald Gould, playing a cover of Styx’s “Come Sail Away.” Gould’s solo performance took Natasha’a breath away and she shared the video to Facebook where it quickly went viral.