A reverse music video for the Daft Punk son Get Lucky, shot backwards in the middle of the Chapman Undie Run.
Beardyman poses as a lecturer before bursting into beatbox
Steve Martin performed King Tut, Live in 1979.
Cab Calloway performs Minnie The Moocher back in 1942.
Reunion with former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor at the Glastonbury Festival June 29, 2013 .
This version of Barcelona was performed in 1988 to celebrate that Barcelona was chosen for the upcoming Olympics of 1992.
Video of "Barcelona", by Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé - "live" in Barcelona 1988. Directed by Gavin Taylor.
Kristin Chenoweth adapts "Popular" from Wicked to the Anthony Weiner scandal.
From The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
This documentary about jazz trumpeter-singer Chet Baker intercuts footage from the 1950s, when he was part of West Coast Cool, and from his last years. We see the young Baker, he of the beautiful face, in California and in Italy, where he appeared in at least one movie and at least one jail cell (for drug possession). And, we see the aged Baker, detached, indifferent, his face a ruin. Includes interviews with his children and ex-wife, women companions, and musicians.
"Ziggy Stardust" is a song written by David Bowie in 1972 for the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. The name Stardust was inspired by the Legendary Stardust Cowboy. The song is ranked #277 on Rolling Stone's list of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time".
The British gothic rock band Bauhaus recorded a version as their eighth single.
A BBC Channel 4 production from 1984.
Songs performed include:
"Life During Wartime"
"Big Blue Plymouth (Eyes Wide Open)"
"Once in A Lifetime"
"My Big Hands (Fall Though the Cracks)"
"What A Day That Was"
"Crosseyed And Painless"
X: The Unheard Music takes long, detailed, and often funny look at the Los Angeles music scene of the late '70s and '80s and focuses on the group that critics deigned the leader of the underground pack. X: The Unheard Music combines live footage of the band and interviews with the four members (as well as their friends and families) with surreal music videos and montages of newsreel footage and vintage television commercials which help to illustrate the band's uphill struggle against the music industry.
LFCC, one of the biggest conventions in London featuring a range of uber cool guests from shows like Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, StarGate & Doctor Who took place in early July & we couldn't resist taking along our FlyCam to capture some of the awesome cosplayers.
We might of also sneaked in a few special guests to this video.
A video by Mark Griffith. Starring Andrew Dougherty and Princess Fortier.
Something Good Coming (Video) © 2010 WMG