In the Christmas Spirit: Walk Off the Earth | Beaufort County Now | The extra-vocal group, Walk Off the Earth, has done their first Christmas carol, "Little Drummer Boy", and it is wonderfully entertaining, as all of their videos are.
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The extra-vocal group, Walk Off the Earth, has done their first Christmas carol, "Little Drummer Boy", and it is wonderfully entertaining, as all of their videos are.
Band Members: Gianni Luminati, Sarah Blackwood, Ryan Marshall, Mike Taylor, Joel Cassady
I first discovered Walk Off the Earth, when they covered Gotye's pop sensation "Somebody That I Used to Know". The video was well produced, yet one can tell that it was an in-house video, which gave it a very authentic feel, thereby displaying the group's artistry, not unlike The Piano Guys' music videos.
Just below is their first video that captured the interest of many, including myself:
As you may have noticed, after witnessing the first first video above, Walk Off the Earth has a wide range of sound, with great synergies of blend. Their renditions of these popular songs have a way of sounding at least as good as the original.
Band Members: Gianni Luminati, Sarah Blackwood, Ryan Marshall, Mike Taylor, Joel Cassady. Which is the dog? The Beard Guy, maybe?
See what you think of their Caribbean Island sound arrangement of this tried and true classic of the fictitious little Drummer Boy's account of our Lord's birth:
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