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Billie Jean Dueling Piano/Drum Cover

Michael Henry & Justin Robinett create a new take on Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean". This video was shot with a handheld Cannon 60D by Adam Paul Stone in one complete shot. Also special thanks to James McDonald and Dillon Carter.

"Billie Jean" originally by Michael Jackson.


Snoop Lion: Ashtrays and Heartbreaks

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Music video by Snoop Lion performing Ashtrays and Heartbreaks ft. Miley Cyrus. (C) 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment


Wynton Marsalis & Eric Clapton: Layla

After some talking to the audience by Clapton, which is very rare, the band play a fantastic New Orleans version of Clapton's most famous song.

Recorded April 2011, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York City.


Bob Dylan: Duquesne Whistle

Happy 72md birthday to Bob,

Music video by Bob Dylan performing Duquesne Whistle. Directed by Nash Edgerton. (c) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment


Karma Police: Radiohead Cover

Our very own Middle-Eastern version by Radiohead.

Tel Aviv-based musicians Rotem Shefy (vocalist) and Leat Sabbah (cellist/arranger) collaborated to realize an arrangement of Karma Police

What seemed at first a satirical cover, it transformed into a full-blown middle-eastern version, recorded with oud player Yaniv Taichmann and percussionist Ori Dekel. Video made possible thanks to the donations we received through a successful Kickstarter campaign.


Stevie Ray Vaughan: Superstition

The original music video.

Studio music video by Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble performing Superstition. (C) 1986 Sony BMG Music Entertainment.

Watch for a cameo appearance at the end.


B.B. King Jams with Slash and Others, Live 2011

On June 28, 2011, the "King of the Blues" B.B. King played to an adoring sold-out crowd at London's spectacular Royal Albert Hall. It was another unforgettable night in the career of one of the most legendary bluesmen to ever pick up a guitar.

Joining the illustrious Mr. King onstage were Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Ronnie Wood, Mick Hucknall and Slash.