Need a reason to smile today? Then I have just the video for you. Otters at the Smithsonian Zoo trying to play the piano. Liberace? Not exactly but they're fun to watch. Sounds like they're trying to sing too.
Imagine walking past a piano having a heated convo and the piano abruptly starts playing ominous music by itself to go along with your gestures, or you sit down to play chopsticks and then the piano suddenly plays the other part with you no-handed
No, I'm not referring to the Five Guys burger joint on Commercial Drive (which is awesome by the way), but if you have an appreciation for the piano, are attracted to innovative ideas and love listening to the music on this station, then click that 'Read More' button and see what all three of those are like combined!
Evan Patrone has double-jointed shoulders and elbows, which allows him to sit on a bench and play the piano backwards. You’ll probably cringe a little bit when you see his talent in action (nature did not intend for arms to bend that way, right?). And you may continuing cringing, depending on how you feel about Coldplay’s ‘Clocks,’ the song he plays in the clip below: