Bill Blake sat down behind a classic Lowrey TBO-1 organ with bass pedals and performed the iconic intro to "Baba O'Riley", by The Who.
Musical comedian Bill Bailey reinterpreted the theme from "Doctor Who" as a Belgian jazz song while performing at the Royal Opera House.
Felix Klieser is an extraordinarily talented musician who was born without arms and plays the French horn beautifully with his toes.
Midas is a playful kitten with a gray coat, big green eyes, and two pairs of ears, each growing on either side of her little head.
British performer Alasdair Beckett-King quite hilariously explained how to spot the guy who is about to die in a movie.
Dom Whiting is a very talented DJ who simultaneously spins, drops some DnB beats, and livestreams, all while riding his bicycle.
Tenacious D paid musical and video tribute to The Who with a fantastic medley of songs from the band's 1969 album "Tommy".
GeoBeats Animals met with Erin Amadon, a generous soul who adopted a Muscovy duckling who had been rejected by her mother.
Erik Schmitt amusingly used the perspective given to him by height and pretended to be a giant who's loading cars onto a ferry by hand.