One Guy Performs 22 TV Theme Songs and It’s Awesome

This video is a few years old but it really doesn’t matter because I’ve just stumbled upon it now and thought I had to share it with you guys. Freddie25 is a popular YouTuber who decided to clone himself and record a bunch of famous TV theme songs for this video. One copy of him is on piano while the other plays guitar, and both sing when required.

To say what he does is impressive is an understatement, especially when you consider the sheer volume here.  And the diversity of the songs is equally impressive.  Freddie decides to get after 22 theme songs in all and it’s a must see.  In case you are wondering….What songs are on the docket?

Here you go!

0:01 Two and a Half Men
0:22 The Simpsons
0:36 O.C
1:00 Naruto
1:11 Family Guy
1:41 Married with Children
1:57 Cheers
2:16 That 70’s Show
2:41 Big Love
2:58 Freaks and Geeks
3:18 Malcolm in the Middle
3:35 X-Files
3:55 Firefly
4:09 The Office
4:24 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
4:44 Scrubs
4:54 True Blood
5:27 Charles in Charge
5:38 The Big Bang Theory
5:55 How I Met Your Mother
6:05 Mission Impossible
6:14 Friends

That should help you keep track/look forward to what’s coming. My favorite out of all of these is probably The OC, but Friends makes me all nostalgic as well. I hope Freddie returns to record another newer version of this with songs like the True Detective theme.


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