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Nathan Chan earns himself an iPhone case for an impromptu rendition of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” at an Apple store. Not too shabby…. Advertisements
I love these guys (and their carbon fiber cellos!) but I always feel sorry for their bows. And who doesn’t love Guns N’ Roses? Happy Friday!
In honor of Seattle’s own Jimi Hendrix, here’s a little something to rock you into the weekend: Happy Friday!
For me, playing music is about sharing, sharing my love for music and sharing my love for what we are as human beings. The minute I start to play, I’m in a different world, and I’m so caught up in … Continue reading
Since it’s apparently Appalachia week here at CC and Me, I thought I’d bring you this fun piece about one of my new favorite modern cellists (and singer), Ben Sollee. Apparently, Sollee decided he was tired of riding in a … Continue reading
A lot of fun and pretty incredible musical multi-tasking. Now if only I could walk and chew gum at the same time….