Dog plays Casio keyboard, sings along to his own performance

Porter 9-Volt is a San Francisco-based dog that sings and plays a Casio keyboard. He wrote this song, performed exclusively for YouTube, on the fly. [via Neatorama]

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10 Responses to Dog plays Casio keyboard, sings along to his own performance

  1. Anonymous says:


  2. W. James Au says:

    I’m thinking more like he should team up with Tay Zonday.

  3. bex says:

    funny and sweet but how long before it gets annoying ?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Someone needs to do a mashup of this with Little Richard or Jerry Lee Lewis ..

  5. Anonymous says:

    gotta love the little diminished-scale run at 0:40, this canine has some chops.

    if he could team up with the bird from Hatebeak (, we could get a great avant/interspecies supergroup going. i’m sure Mike Patton would be willing to distro.

  6. Anonymous says:

    avant blues!

  7. kaosmonkey says:

    There was a radiohead tune playing in the background here when I clicked on this. The similarity was remarkable!

  8. Anonymous says:

    tom waits?

  9. El Stinko says:

    I hope Kaliman finds this…

  10. LeavingHalfway says:

    John Cage eat your heart out.

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