This Guy Sing Covers Of Banda Songs And He Does All The Instruments, Too

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Meet Joey Calderon.

He’s a *tuba player for Regional Mexican singer Regulo Caro.

*Yes, band geeks, we know that’s a sousaphone.

During his downtime, he becomes a one-man band, posting impressive acapella versions of norteño and banda songs. Listen:

Yep, that’s all one dude’s doing.


A few months ago, Calderon started off with a few simple harmonies…

Probando la apo #Acapella jeje

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Then he moved on to singing along with a piano…

Un #piano y un #loco sin nada que hacer, provocan esto jejeje

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And eventually worked in more and more “instruments.”

El Coyote y Su Banda Boca Santa jajaja

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Now, he’s killing it with songs like “Ya Te Perdi La Fe” by La Arrolladora Banda El Limón…

Aqui les tengo otro video con la #BocBanda http://youtu.be/HFqG6GATiD8

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And “A Lo Mejor” by Banda MS.

A lo mejor- BocBanda #HechaleToro @lavozmexico #instaensayo

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If you’re asking yourself, “Where’s Banda El Recodo?” Here you go:

Para todos los enamorados con cariño #HechaleToro @bandaelrecodo

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It all just makes you wanna get up from your seat and do this:

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Wish his videos were longer? You can watch extended versions of Joey Calderon’s covers on YouTube.

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Fútbol Referee In Argentina Was Shot And Killed By A Player He Red Carded

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Fútbol Referee In Argentina Was Shot And Killed By A Player He Red Carded

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In Argentina, fútbol is often compared to religion. Players, fans and weekend warriors alike are not afraid to express their passion for the game. But sometimes, passion can quickly turn into violence. This weekend, an amateur game in Argentina turned deadly after a routine decision by a referee.

Police in Córdoba, Argentina are on the hunt for a fútbol player who shot and killed a referee…for being red carded.

Cesar Flores, 48, was refereeing a game when he red carded a player and told him to leave the pitch. Flores apparently had some history with the player he red carded, and things turned violent after the player left the pitch.

According to local reports, the player left the pitch and retrieved a gun before returning to the field and opening fire.

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According to The Guardian, the shooting took place while the game was still in progress.

READ: Will Mexican Fans Ever Stop The ‘P••o’ Chant At Soccer Games?

“It all happened during the football match. We don’t know [exactly what took place], but it appears the player was angry, fetched a gun and killed him,” police told Efe, according to The Guardian.

According to La Voz, the player has been identified to be 36-year-old Juan Marcelo Barrionuevo. Police told La Voz they hope to find the suspect before townspeople try to take justice into their own hands. Flores was a father of four and had another on the way.

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