Amazing: 4-Year-Old Boy Plays The Piano Better Than Most Professionals!

I just began practicing piano again its been a long time, and while I was on the hunt for new songs or tips today on YouTube I stumbled upon this…..unbelievable !!!

I hope you all enjoy this as much as I do, Happy Friday Everyone


We the People (Constitution Song)

Happy Constitution Day Everyone!

I hope you all enjoy this song…

“We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. . . . Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” – John Adams

“Only Hope” – Jon Foreman of Switchfoot & Anthony Raneri of Bayside 2013

This is one of my all time favorite songs, I miss the piano part but this is soo beautiful trust me I have it on a loop and you will too. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.

“Jon Foreman and Anthony Raneri got together backstage in Atlanta at the Heavy and Light tour to rehearse Jon’s Switchfoot song “Only Hope”. They were going to play it on stage that night and sounded incredible together rehearsing, I had to get it for an impromptu session.” -Nervous Energies

How are Justin Bieber, Franz Liszt and Jerusalem Connected?

How are Justin Bieber, Franz Liszt and Jerusalem Connected?

Check out this awesome video from PBS Idea Channel

Program: Idea Channel

Episode: How are Justin Bieber, Franz Liszt and Jerusalem Connected?

At first glance, Pop Wunderkind Justin Bieber and revolutionary 19th Century pianist and composer Franz Liszt don’t seem to have anything in common. And while they might not have any musical or biographical similarities, they both have had a powerful psychological effect on their fans. Fits of hysteria, screaming, and fainting are all common traits of “Bieber Fever” & “Lisztomania. But why?

“Daddy Come Home” – The Yeshiva Boys Choir

Daddy’s been gone
Gone for so long
For him I pray
He joined the Corps
Fighting a war
Somewhere far away

He promised me he’d return
When the Chanukah candles burn
So here I wait
The blessings I recite
By the candle-light
But it’s getting late

Daddy come home
Stay with me
Let me hold your hand
Let me sit upon your knee
I see fear
In Mommy’s eyes
Every time she cries
And tries to comfort me

It’s scary here at home
My mind begins to roam
Have I lost you?
I hear the phone
Mommy’s mournful moan
It can’t be true!


Where has he gone?
How will I carry on?
Tell me what can I say?
I need to pray…
…Please hear my plea
Send my Daddy home to…

…Who’s that I hear
Calling my name
I run into his arms
Yes, my Daddy came
Home to me
He’s on his knees
Now he’s holding me
For all eternity

Now, as night falls
We stand tall
Eight candles burning bright
And they’re lighting up the night
Home at last
Eyes aglow
I hug my Daddy tight
And I’m not letting go!