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Published on Oct 7, 2008
Don't forget to subscribe! I still make videos! A geek plays the classic 80s song The Final Countdown on a homemade instrument called a Kazookeylele. A Ukulele, Kazoo, Piano combination. Featured of Britains Got Talent.
So, where do I start. This video took me by suprise. Overnight it went mildly viral. If you like this please check out my other videos as they are 10 times better than this one.
This is bigger than I expected!! A Baby Piano kazoo ukulele I made.
I'm from Edinburgh, and I busk the royal mile a lot. I have been a part of the Edinburgh fringe for 10 years.
I found the Baby Piano in Inverness in a box my aunt was going to sell. She gave me it and changed my life.
The ukulele was a broken one I had laying around.
I just put two and two together, seemed sensible to me.
special thanks ----------------------- Jamie Soar for asking me to upload this. Its because of him that i really started playing ukulele more. I will always have great memories of busking together, playing rock on the ukulele. for us playing together = http://uk.youtube.com/view_play_list?...
And an even bigger thanks to the guys at my local cash generator for not buying it from me.
Thanks to Monkeyreview.co.uk for putting me up.
thanks to g4 for putting me on attack of the show, and for letting me hit number one on the show.
and thanks to rude tube for putting me 59th on rude tube awards
and thanks to JawsCoxy11 who left this comment, I LOVE YOU!
"1) The creepiest tennager ever 2) You need a haircut 3) you hold on to that kazoo like it's your mum's boob or something 4) You have no life and no talent 5) You look like a loser 6) Your face ( Your mouth, forehead and eyes) goes mental from 1:00 to 2:39 7) You can't sing! 8) This is just so gay! 9) Please don't reply on this comment, I have things to do, this wasted my time! "
Stuart Crout (aka Pockets) is a Musician, Director and Comedian based in Edinburgh. He has over 10 million views and 15 thousand subscribers on his Youtube channel youtube.com/crouts0. Stuart has been on Rude Tube, Britain’s Got Talent and was asked to do an advert for Doritos in Canada.
Pockets's biggest claim to fame is his cover of an 80s hair rock anthem on an instrument he invented himself. The Kazookeylele video of his performance is now sitting at a whopping 7 million views.
Just back from a residency playing with the United Komedy Ukulele Orchestra in Dollywood Tennessee, he is spending the next few months creating as much of everything as possible. Weekly Youtube video uploads and an album just to name a couple.
Pockets discovered the Ukulele in 2006 and in his own words “has never looked back!” I tend to upload as often as I can, I am for videos once every week but sometimes life happens. This could be a vlog, a music video, sketch or just a random video.