If you don't happen to have a pair of tesla coils knocking about in your shed though, you should head over to the Masonic Auditorium in Cleveland on June 11, to watch the Tesla Orchestra performs well-known pop ditties to the audience. Personally, I'd rather rip my ears off that listen to a Lady Gaga song - even if it's played using tesla coils, so join me in checking out the Tesla Orchestra's back catalogue on YouTube here. [PhysOrg]
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