Here’s my cover of the awesome piece form #Undertale by tobyfox. If you haven’t played it, do it! You’re gonna have a ba… great time!
After a bit of thinking I’ve finally worked out a format I was happy with for this tune. Shifting between sound and instruments kinda allowed me to explore the soundscape but also, I find, brought out the actually complex harmonies in the piece. Hope you like it guys.
Banjo Guy Ollie puts down the banjo and becomes a one man band as he covers “Sign Of The Worm” from the cult classic Dune. What’s truly amazing about this particular cover are the sheer amount of household items that Ollie uses as makeshift instruments to produce this fantastic piece of acoustic music!
It’s time for another cover from our good friend Banjo Guy Ollie! This week, he tackles the Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow – Route1 Theme!
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Banjo Guy Ollie is back with a cover of the WiiU’s Super Smash Bros.
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Banjo Guy Oillie is back with another Wonderboy 3 The Dragons track musical cover.
Banjo Guy Ollie returns with his latest cover, the Gourmet Race theme from Kirby Super Star on the Super NES. Enjoy!
Banjo Guy Ollie is back with his latest cover and this time he tackles the ‘Strike the Earth! (Plains of Passage)’ theme from the hit game Shovel Knight!
Banjo Guy Ollie is back and this time he covers the ‘Last Dungeon’ theme from Wonderboy 3: The Dragon’s Trap on the Sega Master System!
Banjo Guy Ollie is back with his latest cover and this time he gives the Street Fighter II classic the banjo treatment and proves that Guile’s theme really does go with everything!
Banjo Guy Ollie is back and this time he covers ‘The Moon’ from the NES classic Duck Tales! Check it out!