Musician Plays a Bluegrass Song on Her Mandolin to the Beat of an Old Washing MachineLori DornSeptember 4, 2017 Musician Sierra Hull used the steady beat of her old washing machine as a metronome for a little bluegrass song she plucked out on her mandolin. In case your metronome breaks…. We previously wrote about guitarist Aaron James McAvoy doing a similar thing. Related Posts Managed WordPress at Laughing Squid Hosting Use promo code SQUIDBLOG for one free month of hosting. Previous Post Man Prepares a Yummy Meal of Tempura Udon Noodles Under the Watchful Eyes of His Cats Next Post Amazing Real Time 4K Footage of the Moon Crossing the Sun During 2017 Total Solar Eclipse Recent Posts Golden Retriever Hilariously Drags Grandson Out the Front Door After ‘Stealing’ Fruit from Grandmother Todd McFarlane Directs Trippy Music Video For Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘Patient Number 9’ With Jeff Beck on Guitar Dave Grohl Joins Paul McCartney Onstage to Perform the Iconic Wings Song ‘Band on the Run’ Paul McCartney Performs ‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ as a Duet With John Lennon Using 1969 Rooftop Concert Footage Musician Plays Percussive Song Covers With Cans of Dipping Tobacco Heavy Metal Muppets Sing About Counting to Four in a Hilarious Parody of the Drowning Pool Song ‘Bodies’ Join the Laughing Squid Email List Receive an email with each day's blog posts.