Gage B. placed 108 guitar picks in the neck of his acoustic guitar.
588 participants at Thirst Youth Convention in Erie, Pennsylvania played Joy to the World on their kazoos at once.
Andrew Bancroft sang Girlfriend by Avril Lavigne in 39.4 seconds. The record was set as part of Episode Seven of Dear Donut. RecordSetter CEO and President Dan Rollman presided over the attempt.
Ruthless resident and Random Concept Digital co-manager DJ Blackley mixed 170 tracks in one hour. The attempt was performed live on a radio show in front of an audience in a chatroom.
A total of 45,553 Nevadans sang Home Means Nevada statewide at once. Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, Gov. Brian Sandoval, and the Nevada 150 Commission led the record to demonstrate state pride and celebrate Nevada’s Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of Nevada’s admission to the Union. Learn more about the feat here.
Colleen LaBarbera led 60 people from Ohio Township Public Library System to dance in a conga line as part of their 2012 Summer Reading Program activity.
Giulliana Maiorano rapped the first version of Magic by B.O.B in 13.80 seconds.
Mel Sampson led a group of 44 people including 89.3 K-Rock staff and listeners in playing musical instruments in a parking lot. They set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
Park L. has listened to a song 4,294,944,987 times in iTunes.
JJ blew a note on his kazoo that lasted one minute, 43.06 seconds.
172 attendees at the ACCYM Senior High Assembly performed air guitar windmills at once.
Carlos Santos played the drums for over 132 hours (7,978 minutes). Santos set the record to raise awareness and support for positive parenthood and against parental alienation. See entire attempt here.
Mel Sampson played 40 musical instruments in two minutes. She set the record as part of The Drive Home with Mel World Record Week 4 during a live broadcast at 89.3 K-Rock radio.
A total of 6,900 people from Shadow Mountain Records sang Row, Row, Row Your Boat in rounds. They set the record during their group's Women’s Conference concert.
Ben Jenkins stuck out his tongue 639 times while listening to "I Wanna Rock and Roll All Night".
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