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MashUpheaval Episode 04: The Carpenters, Joe Cocker, Roy Orbison and The Motels 

The fourth episode of MashUpheaval, your all-request, live performance mashup podcast, features mashups of The Carpenters’ “This Masquerade” and Joe Cocker’s “Cry Me a River,“ and of Roy Orbison’s “Only the Lonely” and The Motels’ “Only the Lonely”. You can watch the episode below. You can also listen to the show, download the audio and subscribe to the podcast by heading to www.mashupheaval.com or wherever podcasts are found. Which mashups would you like to hear? Let me know in the comments section.

MashUpheaval Episode 03: Genesis, Sly and the Family Stone, Lady Gaga and System of a Down 

The third episode of MashUpheaval, your all-request, live performance mashup podcast, features mashups of Genesis’s “Misunderstanding” and Sly and The Family Stone’s “Hot Fun in the Summertime,“ and of Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face” and System of a Down’s “Holy Mountains”. You can watch the episode below. You can also listen to the show, download the audio and subscribe to the podcast by heading to www.mashupheaval.com or wherever podcasts are found. Which mashups would you like to hear? Let me know in the comments section.

MashUpheaval Episode 02: Pink Floyd, Billy Joel, The Beatles and Taylor Swift 

The second episode of MashUpheaval, your all-request, live performance mashup podcast, features mashups of Pink Floyd’s “Have a Cigar” and Billy Joel’s “Big Shot,“ and of The Beatles’ “Don’t Let Me Down” and Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”. You can watch the episode below. You can also listen to the show, download the audio and subscribe to the podcast by heading to www.mashupheaval.com or wherever podcasts are sold. Which mashups would you like to hear? Let me know in the comments section.

Introducing MashUpheaval! 

Introducing MashUpheaval, your all-request, live performance mashup podcast. Every episode I will perform two mashups that have been requested by listeners. The first episode features mashups of Janis Ian's "Jesse" and "My Way" by Frank Sinatra; and "Toxic" by Britney Spears and Paul Simon's "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard". You can watch the episode below. You can also listen to the show, download the audio and subscribe to the podcast by heading to www.mashupheaval.com or wherever podcasts are sold. I look forward to hearing your requests!

The Vicarious Karaoke Road Trip revisited 

The Vicarious Karaoke Road Trip was a great success! We filmed 30 videos (all based on song requests) in 30 locations in 30 days, driving from San Francisco to New Orleans and back. All 30 videos have been posted here for your enjoyment. Check them out!