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Pomplamoose
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Musicians
    (2008- )
    Born in Corte Madera, California
    Duo consists of Nataly Dawn and Jack Conte
    Have done covers of such songs like Beyonce's 'Single Ladies,' Lady Gaga's 'Telephone,' Michael Jackson's 'Beat It' and Earth, Wind and Fire's 'September'
    Recorded the albums 'Pomplamoose VideoSongs,' 'Tribute To Famous People,' '3 New Songs Woot!' and 'Pomplamoose Christmas'
    They are known for making soulless, pretentious covers of songs.
    Such soulless renditions of Christmas favorites were heard in Hyundai ads during the 2010 Christmas season.
    A cover of 'Mr. Sandman' was used in a Toyota ad.
    They got their name from a variation on the French word for grapefruit since the last century.
    They rarely do live gigs.
    They gained popularity through YouTube, as they have over 200,000 subscribers to their channel.
    In their videos, they do not lip-sync or fake playing their instruments.
    For that matter, they intend on making music that isn't fake sounding.
    They are proficient with many instruments.
    On the whole recording process, Nataly Dawn says 'People think that all of these things have to be done by geniuses behind huge desks or at the top of skyscrapers, but you can just go online and do it yourself.'

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