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Sir David Attenborough’s ‘dulcet tones’ have become a U.K. dance sensation

CBC As It Happens:

Whenever a DJ blasts the familiar voice of David Attenborough over the speakers at a U.K. dance club, “the crowd goes wild,” says Louis Jadwat.

“There’s this sense of euphoria really when you hear his kind of dulcet tones over our sort of disco track,” the organizer of the David Attenborough Jungle Boogie raves told As It Happens host Carol Off.

“There isn’t really a voice that’s comparable to it.”

Attenborough is perhaps the world’s most famous naturalist, best known for his decades of writing for and narrating BBC nature documentaries, including the Planet Earth series.

More:

David Attenborough-themed club night goes down a storm with students – Independent

Hard-partying students at Britain’s poshest universities are attending David Attenborough-themed RAVES – The Sun

 

 

David Byrne and a choir of NYC strangers sing David Bowie’s classic ‘Heroes’

Strangers, who came to see a performance in New York City, are taught a choir sequence for one hour before recording the performance.

Here, David Byrne, lead singer from Talking Heads, sings David Bowie’s ‘Heroes.’

From Choir! Choir! Choir!:

Choir! Choir! Choir! teamed up with David Byrne and a TON of singers in the Ford Foundation lobby of the Public Theater during the Under the Radar Festival to sing ‘Heroes’ written by David Bowie and Brian Eno.

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