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Tag Archives: videopolis
A new video from talented multitrack a capella artist James Rose is a great way to get the week started. I’ve been humming his jazzy arrangement of “When You Wish Upon A Star” all weekend, now you can enjoy it … Continue reading
Today’s Videopolis is a little bit of a departure. Instead of amateurs singing Disney we have two old Disney pros singing for a bit of fun. Here are Tony Anselmo, the voice of Donald Duck and Bill Farmer, the voice … Continue reading
Today’s videopolis is one I missed from January. Nick Pitera, whom I just highlighted doing his One Man Newsies Tribute, but early this year he released his cover version of “I See The Light” from Disney’s Tangled. It’s one of … Continue reading
Every one can always use a wish come true in their life. That’s part of the magic of being a Disney fan. Well Dan Wright is a Disney fan and he decided to make true his own wish, a one … Continue reading