She takes requests and is very versatile. What would you like to hear?
She’s obviously quite talented. But does she play with the bow in her mouth, or in her paw?
Swingin’ from her sax? You can say that again!
Sight-reading isn’t his strength, but he pretends anyway.
He calls this “Getting into the soul of my guitar.” It’s part of his warm-up routine.
She didn’t want to endure any comparisons to her mother, Julianne Hough, but she couldn’t resist the pull of the studio.
If it took the rest of his life, Bogie was going to convince the world that masterful Guitar Hero playing was a legitimate form of artistry.
Now that’s what we call playing by ear.
“Party in the USA,” Shawnee-style. Miley’s got nothing on this.
Have guitar case, will travel. And she’s expert at collecting donations.
“Keyboard Cat? I wrote that feline’s first song, and what do I get?”
Colbi prepares for the debut of her latest composition, the Nosetaps Concertino.
Song, and dance.
Even after all this time, listening to his newly-produced songs always put Jerry in a trance.
She’s classically-trained, but has an indie girl edge.
“Why do you disturb me? Can’t you see I’m in the middle of my song-making box?”
He ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog!
“Listen, I don’t think you want to come in here unless you’re willing to bring it. I don’t play with amateurs.”
The blue shag carpet works like osmosis. It’s been Thumper’s greatest source of inspiration for years.