Puddles the Clown (previously) of Puddles Pity Party soulfully performs his version of the classic Christmas carol “O Holy Night” in a recent video. via The Awesomer
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To celebrate Australia Day, Puddles the Sad Clown of Puddles Pity Party released his moving rendition of the bush ballad song “Waltzing Matilda.” The National Library of Australia has called the popular tune “the nation’s unofficial national anthem.” Puddles is backed up by Dick Rowlinson on tack piano and Tim DeLaney on the upright bass. Happy Australia Day to all…
Puddles Pity Party performs a heartfelt cover of the 1971 song “Day After Day” by Badfinger. Here is the original song.
Puddles Pity Party performs an emotional cover of the classic Cheap Trick song “I Want You To Want Me”.
Puddles Pity Party celebrated the holiday season and performed a moving rendition of “Oh Holy Night” at YouTube Space LA. In 2015 Puddles released the White Elephant Holiday EP which featured four other Christmas tunes.
Puddles Pity Party asked the world to be his valentine by covering the Elvis Presley version of the song “I Love You Because” by Leon Payne. Puddles’ version also makes use of what he calls “epic” hallway reverb. Valentine’s Day isn’t the only holiday Puddles is celebrating this week. He has also released new T-shirts,…
Puddles Pity Party performs a mashup cover of the classic Johnny Cash song, “Folsom Prison Blues,” and “Pinball Wizard” by The Who. Here are the original songs.
By request, the golden-throated Puddles Pity Party performed a touching cover of the late, great David Bowie iconic anthem “Space Oddity“, which gave the sad clown a bit of the “Friday Feels“. Friday Feels time! https://t.co/4zDBg9CFQ0 via — Puddles Pity Party (@PuddlesPityP) May 5, 2017 The original version of the song from 1972.