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(YouTube) Video A Farker and his YouTube buddies recorded a rockin' version of "We Three Kings." All .MP3 proceeds will be donated to Make-A-Wish foundation. Please spread the word and help make some wishes come true this holiday season   ( divider line
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1345 clicks; posted to Video » on 16 Dec 2013 at 8:18 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

We Three Kings (w/ Eric Calderone, Cole Rolland, & Bryce Goertzen) ...ROCKS!

I am beyond psyched to share this tune with you all! Here's my arrangement of We Three Kings, featuring metal monarchs: Bryce Goertzen, Cole Rolland, and Eric Calderone. Guys, you truly are three kings of the guitar. I'm always blown away by your skill and creativity and am honored that you'd take the time to jam out with me here. You dudes...ROCK!!!

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Anyways, hope you all like this. If you do, please share it. Also, pop over to my facebook / twitter / google+ / tumblr pages and say hi! I love hearin' from you all and try to reply to everyone!

Until next time, from my family to you and yours, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!



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Video edit by: TheHumanTim

We Three Kings was written in 1863 by John Henry Hopkins, Jr.
It is in the public domain.

This arrangement (c) 2013 by TheHumanTim, Bryce Goertzen, Cole Rolland, and Eric Calderone. All Rights Reserved

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