Two student campers from iD Tech Camps Ohio State University sang
"Happy Birthday" in two different languages in 5.92 seconds. They
sang in Spanish and Hebrew.
Operatic tenor Michael Kennedy sang a single vocal note that lasted 19
minutes, 18.76 seconds. He used circular breathing to achieve the
Charlie Todd named 40 CDs by The Cure and their release years while
holding them in one minute, 1.88 seconds. He set the record with his
Todd performed the feat at a World Record Appreciation Society
event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
Justin Zeid played the When The Saints Go Marching In melody in five
ascending octaves on an electric organ in 45.34 seconds.
Adam Kelly named 25 Metallica songs in 30 seconds.
“Metal” Pat Callan banged his head non-stop for 35 minutes and 53 seconds, a RecordSetter.com World Record.
Callan set the record at Warehouse Metalfest in LaCrosse, Wisconsin
on January 27, 2007. Kiersten Gray was present to witness and time the
Operatic tenor Michael Kennedy sang a cadenza that was one hour, seven minutes, 12.00 seconds in length.
Steven Wadsworth sang the word “party” 289 times in a song.
Pat Cassels and Brian Murphy from College Humor sat in a Ford Focus ST and sung 'car' 43 times in a one-minute song. Watch the full Ford Focus ST video here. The record was officiated by RecordSetter president Dan Rollman.
JK juggled three socks for two minutes, 23.64 seconds while listening to Zero Gravity.
Grant Clark performed paradiddle diddles 23 times in 10 seconds.
Sophia L. recited all songs from One Direction's "Up All Night" deluxe album in 5.89 seconds.
Khoomei singer Xiulin Chang let out a sound on his skin lasting two minutes, 52.44 seconds.
Tai Star played a ukulele and hula hooped for 19.53 seconds while standing on a slackline on one foot.
620 students from Featherstone Primary School line danced at once to the tune of Cotton-Eyed Joe. They set the record as part of their school's Maths Week 2016.
Peter Hollens credited 4,236 people on his record album, A Hollens Family Christmas. The names printed are the names of his supporters who contributed financially and suggested the songs included in his album.
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