This kind of nonsense will probably be well received in Switzerland and Germany, they love cheap tricks.
Cool, but not new: Keith Emerson was doing this over 40 years ago.
Keith Emerson destroyed a Rachmaninoff prelude in a live concert doing this (although he wasn’t content being just suspended and did aerial somersaults as well) already in the 70s: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uSm5IQFaTZA
I prefer Emerson’s interpretation – when you get to this level of ridiculousness, it’s better to push it as far as you can.
Little desperate for attention?
Perfect accompanist for the singer in this video. Let’s all stand on our heads to enjoy the performance:
Uh, to what end?
Sorry, but what’s the point? In any case, Keith Emerson did this back in the 1970’s.
I have seen some daft tricks in my time , but this is not merely daft, it is utterly pointless
Well,I certainly admire his nerve. I get vertigo just from watching this!
My buddy Keith Emerson did this, among other knife wielding antics! Oh, how I miss him. But kudos to the next generation daredevils!!
It shows the widespread influence of Slipped Disc:
Oh, “Air on a G String”!!
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