Amanda Malamut
February 12, 2017 11:29 am
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Who knew that a busted washing machine could double as a musical instrument? Instead of replacing his broken appliance, Aaron McAvoy has made the most of his loud and busted washing machine, using its noisy but metered rumbling to aid in covers like The Charlie Daniel’s Band’s, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”

It’s seems implausible that a washing machine would be a part of a musical duo, but it works! Talk about taking a bad situation and turning it to something fun. I guess when life gives you a broken washing machine, the best thing to do is create music and post in online for people to enjoy.

This isn’t the only washing machine mash-up McAvoy has created. He’s also did a George Michael Tribute:

And Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” with the spin cycle in the background. The washing machine strangely adds a whole different ‘spin’ to the songs.

LOL. But seriously, it takes someone very creative to hear the thumping of a washing machine and figure out how to make that into music.

We can’t wait to see what other songs McAvoy has in store for us! Maybe some Beyoncé or Lady Gaga next time? Who knows, maybe he’ll start taking requests soon.