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Tag Archives: fan video
The Lion King has just celebrated 15 years amazing years on Broadway. As a tribute to that amazing feat of musical history, talent vocal artist Nick Pitera has released a video where he sings all the parts to a terrific … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve done a videopolis and I apologize. To make it up to you here’s a simply fantastic a capella multitrack take on the Dumbo favorite “When I See An Elephant Fly” recorded by the talented … Continue reading
This made the rounds last week, but in case you didn’t see it… Duck Tron: Duck Tron from Ryactive on Vimeo. This video was created by fans and won a competition to be the next commercial for Ducktape. Yes, that … Continue reading
“Been a while” “Ya, basically there was too much news stuff that I haven’t had time to find any new candidates for the videopolis series.” “So, what do you have for us today?” “It’s a little bit unusual, but just … Continue reading