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Posted at 7:24 AM ET, 11/24/2010

♪♫ PVC pipes never sounded so good

By Melissa Bell

From Madonna to Mozart, this Loyola Marymount University student took to the pipes for a talent show. And when I say took to the pipes, I mean Kent Jenkins literally bangs out an amazing medley of music on a homemade PVC-pipe instrument. Good morning!

By Melissa Bell  | November 24, 2010; 7:24 AM ET
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Um, this is totally copied from the Blue Man Group.... I'm pretty sure they invented the PVC percussion instruments.

Posted by: kingrob76 | November 24, 2010 4:08 PM | Report abuse

Kingrob76! I should have put that in the story. Turns out the teenager is an insanely huge Blue Man Group fan. He auditioned, but they told him to come back after a year so he could get a little more life experience (he was 17 at the audition). It is a copy. But it's a good copy.

Posted by: Melissa Bell | November 24, 2010 4:37 PM | Report abuse

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