‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ …. “🎼🎼 Jamie Dupuis …. Amazing Cover 🎼🎼 …. “!!

~~May 2, 2018~~ 


18 String Harp Guitar Cover


Made another discovery today!

Jamie Dupuis
Another one of my favorite songs ever!

I grew up to this music.

Queen’s music made it to Puerto Rico. 

I remember the many nights in my bedroom, as a teen, listening to this song.

Incredible cover, amazing instrument!

Just lay back, close your eyes and be transported to another time … a time of love, madness and sweetness.

Enjoy …



Jamie Dupuis (born in New Liskeard, Ontario, Canada), is a Canadian guitarist/composer and songwriter, best known for his complex fingerstyle technique, energetic performances, and his arrangements on the guitar and harp guitar.

Jamie Dupuis’s style is influenced by great artists such as Chet Atkins, Tommy Emmanuel, Stevie Wonder, and Django Reinhart.

Jamie is proficient in many styles such as: Classical, Jazz, Blues, Country, Rock, Folk and Pop.

Main Instruments: Harp Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar, Banjo, 18 String Classical Guitar, Electric Guitar and Vocals.




~Jamie Dupuis Music Facebook Page~



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#WeAlllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #HortyRex #hrexachwordpress


~~Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen~~

Harp Guitar Cover

~~Published on Aug 20, 2016~~

“Once I started playing in bars I was always trying to find songs that people could relate too or sing along and Bohemian Rhapsody was one of those songs. Even though I’ve always played it instrumentally, everyone sang along. If you’re looking for an “entertaining song” play this one!

I’ve always wanted to attempt it on the harp guitar, so here it is! Hope you enjoy!”

~Jamie Dupuis~


Michael McNamara …. plays Street Piano “Foxgang Amadeus”!!


~~September 16, 2014~~ 

Michael McNamara stole the hearts of people around the world when a video of his street performance of Hedley’s Perfect quickly went viral.

Here are several videos, taken in Cobourg, Ontario, an older gentleman by the name of Michael Anthony McNamara sits down at a street piano. He performs one of the best covers of the song “Perfect” by Hedley.






The piano located at the northwest corner of Victoria Park in Cobourg, Ontario is called “Foxgang Amadeus“.


~~Talented man on street piano, Michael McNamara~~


~~Published on Aug 22, 2014~~

Hermes Trimegistro

Found this talented man on the street of Cobourg. He was playing by himself and what surprised me no one really was watching him, how can people just not acknowledge his playing and talent!, I couldn’t believe how amazing he was. This is the original video that quickly started going viral.

Now we know his name “Michael McNamara“. You are famous now!, you truly deserve it. I hope to see you perform in a big stage.


~~Michael McNamara on a street piano, Cobourg,Ontario~~

~~Candle in the Wind~~

~~Published on Sep 11, 2014~~

Found this talented man on the street of Cobourg playing Elton John song Candle In The Wind. His name is Michael McNamara. Just Amazing!!!

~~Michael McNamara plays my Street Piano “Foxgang Amadeus”~~

~Say Something~

~~Published on Aug 29, 2014~~

I came across Michael McNamara performing on my #streetpiano, Foxgang Amadeus.
Apologies for the shaky video, I didn’t have time to use a tripod or set up my camera. I designed/painted it for the streets of #Cobourg, #Ontario for the “Keys to our Town” art initiative. The piano is located at the northwest corner of Victoria Park. Sorab Bulsara carved the ears and stool for me from an old tree stump, using only a chainsaw. http://www.katrionadean.com

Contact: info@katrionadean.com for any request


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We ALL are ONE!! 


Just introduced to these folks today …. “Walk Off the Earth”!!


~~August 8, 2014~~

Formed in 2006? Where have I been?

Walk off the Earth is a Canadian rock band that was formed in 2006 in Burlington, Ontario, and has gained success around the world by making low-budget music videos of covers and originals. The band built its fan base independently with no help from record labels, booking agents, or management. In February 2012, the music industry publication Crazed Hits reported that the band had signed a recording contract with Columbia Records.

The band is best known for its covers of popular music on YouTube, making use of uncommon instruments such as the ukulele and the theremin, as well as looping samples. The band’s recorded music and videos are produced by member and multi-instrumentalist, Gianni “Luminati” Nicassio.



The band’s first success came from covering the songs of The Gregory Brothers. The video of the band’s live cover of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” became rapidly popular on YouTube in early 2012, gathering over 127 million views in four months and received positive responses from both Gotye and his co-singer on the song, Kimbra.

The band has also covered Rude by MAGIC!, “Someone Like You” by Adele, “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO, “Payphone” by Maroon 5, “Roll Up” by Wiz Khalifa and dozens of other tracks. In December 2012, the band released an original single titled “Gang of Rhythm”.

On March 11, Rolling Stone magazine streamed their unreleased R.E.V.O. LP in its entirety. The full length R.E.V.O. album was released on March 19, 2013, after which they commenced in the R.E.V.O. Tour through the U.S and Europe.

They began another US and Europe tour, Gang of Rhythm, in 2014.








Walk off the Earth Ft. Parachute

~~Published on Mar 11, 2014~~

Here is our version of Pharrell’s Happy with our good friends Parachute.
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We ALL are ONE!! 


The Story of the Poppy …. Remembrance!!

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~~May 27, 2014~~


Upper body of a man in a soldier's uniform. He has short dark hair parted in the middle and maintains a neutral expression.

Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae was a soldier, physician and poet.

John McCrae was a poet and physician from Guelph, Ontario. He developed an interest in poetry at a young age and wrote throughout his life. His earliest works were published in the mid-1890s in Canadian magazines and newspapers. McCrae’s poetry often focused on death and the peace that followed.

At the age of 41, McCrae enrolled with the Canadian Expeditionary Force following the outbreak of the First World War. He had the option of joining the medical corps because of his training and age, but he volunteered instead to join a fighting unit as a gunner and medical officer. It was his second tour of duty in the Canadian military. He had previously fought with a volunteer force in the Second Boer War. He considered himself a soldier first; his father was a military leader in Guelph and McCrae grew up believing in the duty of fighting for his country and empire.Border1

McCrae fought in the second battle of Ypres in the Flanders region of Belgium where the German army launched one of the first chemical attacks in the history of war. They attacked the Canadian position with chlorine gas on April 22, 1915, but were unable to break through the Canadian line, which held for over two weeks. In a letter written to his mother, McCrae described the battle as a “nightmare”: “For seventeen days and seventeen nights none of us have had our clothes off, nor our boots even, except occasionally. In all that time while I was awake, gunfire and rifle fire never ceased for sixty seconds ….

And behind it all was the constant background of the sights of the dead, the wounded, the maimed, and a terrible anxiety lest the line should give way.” Alexis Helmer, a close friend, was killed during the battle on May 2. McCrae performed the burial service himself, at which time he noted how poppies quickly grew around the graves of those who died at Ypres.

The next day, he composed the poem while sitting in the back of an ambulance.

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.





As we end this memorable weekend, we have honored those who served in the military and who offered the ultimate sacrifice. They went into the service and didn’t come back. They lost their lives in the line of duty, lost their future. Their lives were cut short. The families lost a son/daughter, a father, a brother/sister.

It is now time to end this madness of the continued state of perpetual war we live in so many foreign lands. It’s time to reconcile. It’s time to bring them back. It’s time for healing and connecting with the humanity of life and family. 

It’s time to act. It’s time to return these soldiers back to their loved one.


Bring Him Home (from Les Misérables)


Words to Bring Him Home

God on high
Hear my prayer
In my need
You have always been there

He is young
He’s afraid
Let him rest
Heaven blessed.
Bring him home
Bring him home
Bring him home.

He’s like the son I might have known
If God had granted me a son.
The summers die
One by one
How soon they fly
On and on
And I am old
And will be gone.

Bring him peace
Bring him joy
He is young
He is only a boy

You can take
You can give
Let him be
Let him live
If I die, let me die
Let him live
Bring him home
Bring him home
Bring him home.

We ALL are ONE!!