This Swedish one-man-band plays the Star Wars tune flawlessly

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By Rachel Oakley in Video on Wednesday 4 June 2014

Recorded on a Stockholm street by YouTuber Carlos Cassiani, this epic video shows one man’s devotion to Star Wars by his epic one-man-band performance. The guy in the video? His name is Anders Flanderz and he’s a regular on the streets of the city, playing everything from the Tetris theme to Gangnam Style. I don’t […]

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New music by Ming Donkey One Man Band

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By Scott Allen in New Music on Tuesday 31 July 2012

Jason Triplett, (aka Ming Triplett), is all kinds of talented. He is both a musician and an artist. His band, Ming Donkey One Man Band, is just that: one man, simultaneously playing all of the instruments a band may have. It’s gritty, it’s raw, it’s just what you want from an ex-punk rocker playing the blues/rockabilly. […]

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A Bird In The Opera House: a new album from Nick Jaina

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By Patrick Duegaw in New Music on Tuesday 6 September 2011

I always think of Nick Jaina as the modern bard, traveling from town to town with his rag-tag, ever-revolving, band of musicians in tow, sweetly singing his funny, thought-provoking and deliciously sad stories. Though a seminal figure in the music scene in Portland, Oregon, Jaina tours regularly, from one end of the continent to the other.

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One-man jam band Keller Williams

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By The Treasure Hunter in New Music on Tuesday 12 July 2011

Keller Williams is better known for his bluegrass beats than his circus talents. Armed with a ten-string guitar and a Gisbon looping unit, this guy works all kinds of magic for blues and roots and experimental music fans alike.

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David Ford: Go to Hell Original Signal Recordings

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By Andrew Hem in New Music on Saturday 9 July 2011

What David Ford did in this video is pure genius. I watched this video for two weeks straight. I wish that learning different musical instrument was as easy as learning different types of painting mediums. My hat goes off to this one man band.

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