Jazz Singer Goes Viral With Piano Performance Of 'All Of Me'

Jazz Singer Goes Viral With Piano Performance Of 'All Of Me'

Talented jazz singer Donald Canwood performs an upbeat rendition of ‘All Of Me’ on the piano.


It was truly a sight to behold when this man sat down at a piano and started to play this classic song. ‘All Of Me’ was originally recorded in 1931. It was written by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons and is still a popular jazz standard.

“All of me
Why not take all of me
Can't you see
I'm no good without you”

When the track was first released, it quickly shot to the top of the charts. Over the years, many artists have covered the classic song, including Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong. But one of the most notable performances comes from Frank Sinatra in 1948.

Today, Donald is putting his own unique spin on this iconic jazz tune and it’s absolutely stunning. Just listen as he belts out the lyrics while simultaneously playing the piano and keeping beat with a drum.

“All of me
Come on get all of me
Can't you see
I'm just a mess without you”

Donald is truly a talented jazz musician. He never misses a note as he uses one hand to hit the keys on the piano. It’s no wonder that this performance went viral online. In fact, Donald’s ‘All Of Me’ cover has been viewed over 13 million times across social media and that number is still climbing.

I’m so glad that this artist is getting the recognition that he truly deserves. Who else is hoping to hear more from this multi-talent musician?