Kid Musician Pays Tribute To The Beatles In Adorable Music Video

To honor the day the Beatles officially broke up, Dylan Gardner set out to cover Abbey Road.

  • #DylanBrokeUpTheBeatles - Abbey Road in 15 Seconds

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    In honor of the Beatles breakup on April 10, 1970, Dylan Gardner decided to cover the entire second side of their last album Abbey Road with different instruments for 15 second intervals.

    "Abbey Road has always stuck with me as an incredible ending note for a great career that the Beatles have put together," Dylan wrote. "It's just me around the house having a blast covering my heroes!"

    The video includes the hashtag #DylanBrokeUpTheBeatles, and includes many fun Beatles-inspired sets. It's all right, do do do do do do.

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