Dude Plays 'Bohemian Rhapsody' on Weird Homemade Marimba at Dell EMC World
LAS VEGAS -- Dell EMC World -- Conference attendees were serenaded this week by what sounded like a marimba playing "Bohemian Rhapsody."
Along with several thousand of my closest friends, I came across this guy as we exited Monday's keynote address, featuring Dell CEO and chairman Michael Dell. (See
Michael Dell: We're Seeing Public Cloud 'Boomerang Effect'.)
The marimba -- or, really, a marimba-like instrument -- seemed to be made of plastic piping, which the performer played by striking with mallets while singing along lustily.
I can truly say it was the best performance of its type that I've seen and heard. I stayed for the last two minutes of the performance, and recorded video. Here it is:
— Mitch Wagner
Editor, Enterprise Cloud News
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