This is my drum cover of Stockholm Syndrome by muse hope you like it ! don't forget to subscribe and like the video !
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Me doing a cover of "Memory" by Elaine Page.
A cover of the classic M Jackson hit "Billy Jean" played a bit more in rock style
me singing dont wanna live forever by taylor swift and zayne my cover of it enjoy
Can't You See? Cover of Marshall Tucker
acoustic cover of 'time is running out' (muse) by ortoPilot
A cover of "Singing The Blues" at a corportae function in bangalore
Playing a cover of Jack Johnson's Taylor (sorry about the bad lighting... I really gotta get a new camera)
http://live.pirillo.com - Have you ever been on the front cover of a magazine. No, I'm not talking to you Kate Moss. I'm talking to my "normal" everyday visitors. I'm guessing none of you have made the cover of any magazine. You may be interested in a resource passed along to me by Josh. Now, you can feature yourself on the cover of any one of several magazines!
eDivvy.com - JussJef plays cover of "Corona and Lime" by Shwayze. JussJef received a Martin guitar as a group gift from his friends, family and fan.
Cover of "Black Water" originally by The Doobie Brothers.
Recorded on January 31st, 2009 at
Saturday Morning Song Circle
Oak Park, IL
The Song Circle meets/performs every Saturday at 10:00 AM
Test For Echo: Drum cover of "half The World."
I did this back in Dec - '08, must of forgot about it. As always, mistakes! One of my fave rush albums. Fun to play.
Carmen and Camille on the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus. They filmed and recorded on March 8th, 2009 in Los Angeles. They recorded two songs, a new original song and this cover of Led Zeppelin's The Battle of Evermore.
NEW YORK, NY (April 19, 2010) – Oscar-and Grammy-winning superstar Jennifer Hudson graces the cover of the May/June issue of Weight Watchers Magazine and reveals more regarding her personal weight loss story. Hudson, who’s been following Weight Watchers for several months and was recently announced as the brand’s ambassador, shares insights including her motivation to eat more healthfully after the birth of her son David Jr., past experiences with fad diets and her love of spicy foods over sweets.
In the Weight Watchers Magazine feature, Hudson says none of her career triumphs compare to the birth of her son, David Jr. After his birth, Hudson says she was inspired to adopt a more healthful lifestyle and for herself and to be a parental role model for her son. In the article, she also discusses several different diets that left her feeling deprived before discovering Weight Watchers.
The article discusses some of Hudson’s diets and weight changes dating back to when she cut out fried foods and began jogging before appearing on American Idol, to “eating all the cookies, cakes and pies (she) could” to gain 20 pounds for her award-winning role as Effie in Dreamgirls.
In the article, Hudson says she’s feeling more at home her healthier, more fit body. She notes that she’s started to walk-run for 45 to 60 minutes a day – something she can do even while on vacation or traveling for her busy schedule, which includes her forthcoming role as Winnie Mandela, the wife of South African leader Nelson Mandela.
a cover of owl city fireflies with pics of my home