"The Human Jukebox" is a wacky and wild performance

(CBS News) Leave it to cdza, short for Collective Cadenza, to start off our day right with another wacky and wild performance in their ongoing series of musical video experiments. Their latest project: The Human Jukebox. What exactly is a "human jukebox" you ask? Well, you'll just have to watch to find out.

So how fun was that, right? And to top it all off, all donations made during the performance were donated to Wingspan Arts, a non-profit that aims to expose diverse and young groups of people to the arts. So you kinda, sorta even get to feel an additional level of good from watching the video.  Okay, maybe that's a stretch, but it's still nice to know.

The eclectic performance of wide-ranging music on the fly by cdza, who has been featured here on The Feed multiple times, most recently with an abridged history of Western music, included Charles Yang on violin, Michael Thurber on bass and Eddie Barbash on alto saxophone. And to check out more amazing experimental music video project by the group, you can go to their YouTube page by clicking here.