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When Anthony Mish, Seattle Seahawks mega-fan, created The Hawk House he went all out. According to his GoFundMe, he's put in $30,000 or roughly 175,000 Christmas lights and then spent 400 hours blanketing his house, all as a tribute to his favorite team.



Typically Mish's extravagant display is on from 5pm - 9pm weeknights and 5pm - 10:30pm on weekends. Which leaves some neighbors less than enthused. Mish claims that while drivers love the display, he's working to "tone it down" to satisfy some neighbor's complaints.

Of course when the Seahawks are playing on Sundays, Mish changes up the display a bit to support his team.




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Last year Youtuber Tom BetGeorge put on a lightshow much like this, but even more intense, with 100,000 lights. With the franchise very possibly peaking BetGeorge came back this season with a new show. Devito's mess of a maddening Christmas light show in 'Deck the Halls' would pale in comparison to this.

Give it up for BetGeorge; the force is strong with this one.

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Granted, Star Wars enthusiast, violinist extraordinaire Taylor Davis could've put in a bit more effort on the costume; but hot dang if she can play a tune. What's not to love about some intergalactic musical madness?

Country Music of The Day: Dixie Chicks Reunite for Massive World Tour
Via: Chron
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The Dixie Chicks are ready, ready, ready, ready—ready to run...right up on stage and perform again!

Music fans are celebrating today after it was announced that 90s' country sensation the Dixie Chicks have reunited for a special world tour staring next year.

The group's DCX MMXVI World Tour will kick off June 1, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio and hit 40 cities in the United States and Canada.

Over the past decade, the trio has mostly worked on solo projects after comments made by the band about President George W. Bush in 2003 caused an uproar.

But fans have finally gotten over that, it seems.

Not a Dixie Chicks fan? Here are some videos just to get you started...

Petition of The Day: People Are Not Happy at All That Phil Collins is Returning to Music
Via: Change.org
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People are telling singer Phil Collins "I Don't Care Anymore" about your music.

The former Genesis frontman and aging star announced last week that he was coming out of retirement, and would begin making music again very soon.

And the Internet wasn't very kind about that announcement.

A petition on Change.org simply titled "Phil Collins Must Be Stopped" has over 1,500 signatures.

Comments on the petition aren't too flattering.

Well, at least one demographic is excited Collins is making a comeback: Dads.

Revelation of the Day: Katy Perry Was Once The Backup Vocalist For P.O.D.
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Before Katy Perry danced with a Left Shark and kissed a girl (and liked it), she was a backup vocalist for Christian alternative rock band P.O.D.

This little-known fact was rediscovered today by Metal Sucks, and we can't stop laughing about it.

Perry was known as Katy Hudson when she provided vocals in 2006 for "Goodbye Now." She's featured in this music video starting at 3:36.

And she joined the band on The Tonight Show around the 3:24 mark.

Katy sure has come a long way.

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You think you've seen and heard it all, Harry Potter fan. Well, you are wrong.

You must check out this Indian version of some of the most notable songs from the Harry Potter movies. It's really something striking that makes the whole of John Williams' themes seem even more magical.

According to the video's description:

This Indian fusion covers five beautiful scores from the Harry Potter Movie Series-

A Window To The Past : Harry Potter and the Prisoners of Askaban,Harry Potter Main Theme, Hedwig's Theme : Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Face of Voldemort : Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, The Epilogue - Leaving Hogwarts : Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

The Indian Jam Project is a collaborative platform where different musicians come together to play Indian Adaptations of Western TV Show Theme Songs/ Movie Scores. The adaptations are arranged and composed by Tushar Lall (Founder), and are performed together with some insanely talented set of musicians.



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