Man hooks up 500,000 lights to his piano keys only to demonstrate a breathtaking performance
A musical group called The Piano Guys had a stunning performance that entailed 500,000 Christmas lights being hooked to a man’s piano keys.
With this many lights, more than 46,000 watts of electricity buzzed around as the four-member group performed, as reported by Newsner.
As the lights were hooked to the piano keys, the light show played out with the music in the midst of quaint houses.
The Piano Guys delivered the breath-taking performance with the help of a multitude of camera shots, including a drone, which captured just how complex and big the demonstration was.
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POLICE WERE ALARMED AT FIRST
At some point, the police reportedly arrived to investigate. After explaining to them, the musical group managed to finish the music video.
Shared on YouTube on December 9, 2017, the more than four-minute clip has been viewed more than 2 million times.
The Piano Guys, known for their unconventional performances, have more than six million YouTube subscribers.
“I like how The Piano Guys make everything epic,” one user wrote.
Another fan commented: “This is insane! How did you guys do that!”
The American musical group consists of Jon Schmidt, cellist Steven Sharp Nelson, videographer Paul Anderson, and music producer Al van der Beek.
They rose to prominence via YouTube in 2010, after posting piano and cello compositions combining classical, contemporary, and rock and roll music, accompanied by professional-quality videos.
They gained following from younger music lovers because of their "mashups" of classical and contemporary songs, such as blending Bach and Bruno Mars, or Vivaldi's "Winter" and Disney's "Let It Go".
They surpassed one billion views on YouTube in August 2016, during which they had nearly 5 million subscribers.
Their first six major-label studio albums, “The Piano Guys”, “The Piano Guys 2”, “A Family Christmas”, “Wonders”, “Uncharted”, and “Christmas Together” each reached number one on the Billboard Classical Albums and New Age Albums charts.