The Rockin’1000 performed three iconic 1970s rock songs, including "Won't Get Fooled Again", "Rebel Rebel" and "We Will Rock You".
The always amusing Dustin Ballard of
Mickey Tejada and Epic Symphonic Rock performed a powerfully haunting orchestral medley featuring popular Queen songs.
Buddhist monk performs minimalist covers of rock songs on such instruments as a drum, a standing bell, a wooden fish, a gong, and a bell.
Bob Dorough performed a lively version of the iconic "Schoolhouse Rock" song "Three Is a Magic Number" with his band in 2017.
Adam Savage visited the legendary Jim Henson's Creature Shop in Burbank, California, to learn how talented puppeteers bring puppets to life.
Posit dug a virtual hole through the Earth, explaining what occurs beneath our feet with helpful pixelated illustrations.
"Weird Al" Yankovic and filmmaker Eric Appel spoke with Variety about the star studded pool scene featured in "Weird: The Al Yankovic Story".
Derek Muller paid an adherent visit to Nevada Ready Mix to get buried in wet concrete while explaining the history of the compound.
Smashing Pumpkins performed on a 1988 episode of the Roselle, Illinois cable access show "Pulse" during its "Basement Jam" segment.