We are use to getting a good cover once a month from Dayton, Wyoming native, Ian Munsick, but less than two weeks since his awesome rendition of Sucker by the Jonas Brothers, he decided to bless us with another.
The Gillette native has already been heralded by Rolling Stone as one of the 10 New Country Artists You Need to Know for the Winter 2015 edition. His YouTube page has some interesting things on it, all of which are not music related. This gem however, was awesome to say the least.
Have you ever heard a song and thought to yourself, "wow, that song sound a lot like another song?" Well, Chad Neidt decided to make a mash-up featuring clips of songs, performed by himself, that sound way to close to another song.
The Nickleback reference, I think, is pretty funny...
There was a time not so long ago when people claimed that the art of shred was dead. However, while all of the indie-pop enthusiasts were going unplugged, and posing as limp-wrist martyrs for a dying alternative, guitar virtuosos like Sam Westphalen were keeping the badass alive by selling their souls to the devil. What did they get in exchange? They learned how to make Slayer tunes sound cool on