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Classical guitar prodigy Sungha Jungwith, one of my all time favorite songs.

I Will Always Love at :26 Him and Phil have the best performance humor.

Bruno Mars doing a medley of covers - Proud Mary, Eye of the Tiger, and the best cover of The Way you Make Me Feel I’ve ever EVER heard!

Loving Boyce Avenue's take on I Miss You by Blink 182

Florence and the Machine on BBC’s Radio 1 Live Lounge with their breathtaking cover of Drake and Rihanna’s Take Care.

Maverick Sabre (cool ass name right?) covers Oasis’s classic tune, Wonderwall, on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge. Really dig this dude’s vocals on this one, it’s got a real unique kind of authenticity to it.

Doing some much needed music pillaging and youtubing today and stumbled upon this gem by Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump. In case you haven’t realized I can’t get enough of covers, tributes, interpretations, whatever you want to call them and I literally found myself going “oooo-hooo-hoo-hooo!” when I heard the Stump man going in on these tracks. Enjoy!

Yo-Yo Ma and The Silk Road Ensemble perform Empire State of Mind at the American Museum of Natural History as part of the Silk Road Connect Project.

"Yo-Yo Ma founded the Silk Road Project in 1998 to promote innovation and learning through the arts. Taking inspiration from the cultural traditions of the historical Silk Road, which connected Asia to the Mediterranean, the Project is home to the Silk Road Ensemble, a collective of internationally acclaimed performers from more than 20 countries."

This is truly a sight to see, close to 500 kid’s faces light up to a classical rendition of an Alicia Keys hook.

Ma and his ensemble will open up this year’s Central Park Summerstage concert series on June 7 at 6:30 PM with Night at the Caravanserai: Tales of Wonder, which will feature live music, dance, art, and story telling. I know I will definitely be in attendance that night so come join and enjoy what promises to be an amazing show.

Sara Bareilles with her take on Beyonce’s Single Ladies. Wooow. Totally rearranged and flipped, but still soo f’in good.