Hungarian musician Csemer Boglarka, who performs under the pseudonym Boggie, created a insightful video for her song Nouveau Parfum featuring the surprising power of video editing, showing exactly how musicians are able to look perfect when in reality they look … Continue reading
Flashmobs are wonderful, don’t you think? They make you feel happy and appreciative of the little things in life. This one took place at Plaça de Sant Roc in Sabadell at the north of Barcellona, and gathered musicians and carol … Continue reading
The song “Let It Go” from the new Walt Disney movie “Frozen” is becoming a big hit, the track is clamming up the Billboard Hot 100 list, so is not a surprise when loads of covers emerge on the web, … Continue reading
Zach Sobiech was a very special being, at the age of 14 he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (bone cancer), and at the age of 17 he was told by doctors that he had up to one year to live. Zach … Continue reading
David Thibault is a 16-year-old French Canadian that took the breath away from hosts at Quebec radio station CKOI with his impersonation of Elvis Presley singing Blue Christmas. Thibault’s performance is quite impressive, he does sound a lot like Elvis, … Continue reading
Created by Cornetto, this heartwarming short film called “Kismet Diner” features beautiful songs from Lotte Mullan and showcase a sweet love story between a young waitress named Laura and a regular customer from the diner where she works.
Created by Rob Bliss Creative and Amtrak “Chicago’s Magic Piano” is a wonderful idea that amused travelers at the Chicago’s Union Station. Musician Andrew Blendermann is the key behind the prank as he played the piano remotely from a nearby … Continue reading
What might some of the legends of rock would have done if they were still alive today, and how would they look like, if they had not died before their time? Sachs Media Group partnered with the photo restoration and … Continue reading
Happy Xmas (War Is Over) is a Christmas song that speaks loads for us here at WoordUp. We agree with John and Yoko, they were spot on, this world can be a beautiful place to live, as long as we … Continue reading
The Icelandic folk band Árstíðir performed a beautiful rendition of Heyr himna smiður, an Icelandic hymn dating back 1208, in Wuppertal train station in Germany. If you’re into Icelandic culture, you’ll love this, let me know in the comments.