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Below are some didgeridoo videos you can watch right here from the comfort of our website. Let us know about your favorite didge vids on YouTube and we may add them here as a "best of" series so you won't have to muk around all over the internet to find 'em! Cool bananas, eh?

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Jayla Performs

William Barton Interview

Will Thoren interviews Australian Aboriginal didgeridoo player William Barton for the LA Outback Youtube channel.

The interview was conducted January 2011 during William's trip to the US to perform didgeridoo with the Minneapolis symphony.

- January 2011

Jayla Performs

Colin Foulke Hang Drum Solo 1

Colin Foulke plays the Halo Drum, this one in the Limoncello scale, in the LA Outback Tiki Hut. The Halo is a handpan drum, similar to the Hang Drum, which was inspired by a revolutionary and evolutionary twenty-first century sound sculpture invented in Switzerland. We filmed a few videos of Colin Foulke playing and this is the first in the series.

- January 2011

Justin and jeremy Arndt - Halo and Didgeridoo Performance

Justin and Jeremy Arndt

Justin and Jeremy Arndt paid a visit to LA Outback, gracing our Tiki Hut with a handfull of songs for didgeridoo, frame drum, Halo and Cajon.

This piece features Justin on Halo Drum and Jeremy on didgeridoo

- December 2010

Jayla Performs

Jayla Perform at the Tiki Hut

Diane Kelly (guitar and vocals) & Nikki Thompson (cajon) of the band "Jayla" with Lisa Byrne on didgeridoo perform their song "After the Rain" at the LA Outback Tiki Hut.

- November 2010


Jayla Performs Barry plays didgeridoo on Alphanaut's
"Out of Orbit" album

Recording under the name Alphanaut, Mark of LA Outback has been working on his first full length album for over two years and he documented the progress on Youtube.

Barry leant his talents playing didgeridoo on an ambient piece titled "AL 424-15" which will actually be released as a bonus cut to the first single "Never Been To Athens".

- December 2009

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William Barton Didgeridoo Solo at the Tiki Hut

One of two didgeridoo solo clips by Aboriginal didj player William Barton during his visit to Los Angeles. This was shot when William was in the US playing for the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. This clip was filmed in the LA Outback tiki hut the evening after his show.

- June 2009


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William Barton and Will Thoren

William Barton on guitar and Will Thoren joining on didgeridoo in a unique duet. This piece was filmed during William Barton's visit to Los Angeles and it was great to meet him and experience his talents. Both he and will had worked out this song together during their previous time together.

- June 2009


Jayla Performs Ondrej Smeykal - Didgeridoo Solo 2
This is the second video we shot of Ondrej before he gave his workshop here at LA Outback.

Ondrej was in town on a small tour of the western United States, playing to mystified crowds. Those who attended Ondrej's solo performance and workshop in Los Angeles were treated to an incredible evening of didgeridoo magic!

- May 2009

Jayla Performs Ondrej Smeykal - Didgeridoo Solo 1
This video was captured just before Ondrej conducted a beginners' workshop here at the house.

Ondrej was in town on a small tour of the western United States, playing to mystified crowds. Those who attended Ondrej's solo performance and workshop in Los Angeles were treated to an incredible evening of didgeridoo magic!

- May 2009

Michael Jackson Plays Control Freak on Didgeridoo Michael Jackson Plays "Control Freak"
Mike recently visited us here in L.A. where we hosted a concert and workshop by him. He lives near Katoomba in Australia's Blue Mountains west of Sydney.

Mike is a truly nice fella and we had a great visit. He is one of few that can play didge riddims at such velocity that, well... first shocks and then totally mesmerizes you! Have a look and listen to his song "Control Freak" shot in our backyard tiki hut. Just don't try this at home.

- June 2008

Michael Jackson Plays Control Freak on Didgeridoo Michael Jackson Plays "Steam Train"
Another absolutely ripper riddim that nearly defies possibility. Aside from being a white-hot didgeridoo player, Mike is also an archaeologist involved in the discovery, documentation and preservation of aboriginal rock art sites. Being out in the "bush" for extended periods affords Mike the chance to practice in the wild. That must be truly inspiring!

So... take Mike's "Stem Train" to your imaginary landscape and find your muse.

- June 2008

Jayla Performs

Michael Jackson Plays the Didgeribone in Concert

Mike Jackson plays live at LA Outback giving his Didgeribone a chance to really rip during this song. The Didjbone is a multi note slide didgeridoo available from Australia

- June 2008


Jayla Performs

Pro Skateboarder Jake Brown Learns Didgeridoo
From Michael Jackson

When Michael Jackson was here during the summer of 2008 we filmed him teaching professional skateboarder Jake Brown how to play didgeridoo. This clip was from our behind the scenes footage as the MTV camera crews filmed Jake for a reality program.

- June 2008


Ryka Ali Demonstrates His Solo Didgeridoo

Ryka Ali Demonstrates His Didgeridoo Skills

The Australian Aboriginal dance group 'Indid Dance' performed at an event in Los Angeles that LA Outback helped organize. The group is made up of a family of singers, dancers and didgeridoo and this is the third segment from their presentation. This piece features Ryka playing his eucalyptus didjeridu.

- August 2007


Ryka Ali Teaches Circular Breathing

Ryka Ali Teaches Circular Breathing

Ryka Ali, the didgeridu player for the Indij Dance group, demonstrates how to play didgeridoo including circular breathing for a handful of eager students. This was filmed at the Australia Day event in Los Angeles during the summer of 2007 when the group happened to be in town.

- August 2007


Jayla Performs

Indidj Dance Perform the Kangaroo Dance

Ryka Ali and his family, also known as Indidj Dance, perform the "Kangaroo Dance" which is native to their Australian Aboriginal territory.

- August 2007


Jayla Performs

Deadly Didgeridoo Duet

Jeremy Donovan & Ryka Ali improvise a didgeridoo duet shortly after meeting each other for the first time. Filmed here at L.A.Outback in our backyard "tiki hut". Jeremy is already world famous as a ripping didgeridoo player and aboriginal artist of Kuku Yalanji descent (northern Queensland, Australia). And Ryka, at 17 years old, is fast becoming recognized as a terrific didge player and traditional dancer. Ryka is Yindinji aboriginal, also from northern Queensland, Australia.

- August 2007


Jayla Performs

Steve Demos His LA Outback Didgeridoo

Our mate Steve lives just south of Sydney in Australia. Steve has a true blue, sunny disposition and loves to make "slice of life" videos on YouTube under the name "Englishteaboy".

We bought Steve a didgeridoo after seeing him playing a vacuum cleaner tube in one of his videos. He was stoked to get a real didge and this is the first video he's made since receiving it. The bit with the didge starts halfway into the video, so sit back, relax, and get to know our didgeri-bro Steve.

- October 2007


Jayla Performs

Didgeridoo in "Walk Hard" Movie

The propmaster for this film rented 7 didgeridoos from us for the movie, which spoofs "Walk the Line". Actor John C. Riley plays a country/rock star from young boy to old age. In one scene he goes through a Brian Wilson/Phil Spector phase and demands 50,000 didgeridoos for his next album. There is one quick shot of an actor "playing" the didgeridoo with an orchestra.

At left is a trailer for the film. Pause the video at 2:50 and you can see (though not very clearly) some of the didges they rented for the scenes.

- November 2007


Jayla Performs

Wendy's Didgeridoo Commerical

The production company that made this ad rented 7 didges from us for the shoot, and while many were more "traditional" looking instruments, the director picked the most colorful one (probably to look better with the actor's wig).

Don't stress over the meaning or the message here. Wendy's entire campaign at present is geared to evoke a "what in the world are they getting at" response. It works, too, because that's exactly what people say when they watch these commercials.

- October 2007

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