Unorthodox Musical Talent

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Friday 14 November, 2014 by Uncle Spike

I’m always intrigued by those in life who are a bit ‘different’; you know, folk who take the unorthodox route, have their own style, and generally just invent a reality all of their own.
Now, one such talent I always admire are musicians, but not just talented individuals who read and play music on conventional and recognisable musical instruments, I mean those who really invent in order to entertain us lesser mortals.
I have a post coming up soon on a guy who invents musical instruments, but today I wanted to share this…
It’s a video of a young man called Jonathan (aged 10), from Seattle, Washington. He’s a percussionist of sorts, who plays a wicked tune on, err, a washing machine! Yes, he’s also known as “The Washing Machine Drummer Kid“.
Don’t believe me, watch this…

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