Some say that music is the key to your soul. A melody can trigger thoughts, memories, and—for some old time musicians—it might even reignite skills they forgot they ever had. This was the case for 94-year-old jazz pianist Julian Lee, who, ever since he suffered a stroke, had stopped playing the keys for many years—until now.
In 2004, Japanese nursing student Manami Ito lost her right arm in a traffic accident.
Queen lead vocalist Freddie Mercury had an amazing voice (even according to science)
It’s not unusual for a classic tune to be reimagined. Most of the time, this is done when another musician performs it as a cover song, but its recreation can be even simpler than that. Many years ago, Dolly Parton’s 1973 hit “Jolene” was slowed down from the original 45 RPM record to just 33 RPM. While not all songs can handle this drastic change in tempo, “Jolene” is transformed in more ways than one.
Artist Alexa Meade blurs the line between 2D and 3D art through brilliant body painting.
Artists of all ages can share their work with the world thanks to social media.