Disney’s animation wouldn’t be the same without the tunes that stay with us long after the credits roll. So it’s no surprise the Disney Tunes had an itch to find some musical inspirations around Walt Disney World and rock out.
80’s Dale hit the drums at Animal Kingdom. He was excited to play along with his Oingo Boingo cassette tape.
Classic Rock Donald blew out his amps at home. So he stopped by D-Street to use theirs and show off his Mick Jagger like moves.
Classical Mickey found the only radio in Walt Disney World that tuned into his kind of music. It was in a pile of props over at Muppet Vision 3D.
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At Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
I’m not sure if this House of Blues jukebox still works, but don’t tell Disco Goofy that.
A Stitch in time… we flashback to when this mischievousness alien was part of The Electric Mayhem. Little known fact: The Electric Mayhem began as a punk rock band in 1974. After only a few months, lead singer Stitch left the band to work on some solo projects. In March of 1975, Dr. Teeth and the gang, minus Stitch, got a gig as the house band on The Muppet Show and went on to enormous fame and fortune. Stitch on the other hand, dropped into obscurity until his 2002 film debut in Lilo and Stitch. The film was an instant hit. But after the sequel went direct to DVD, Stitch had to take a job terrorizing guests inside Magic Kingdom’s Tommorowland.