Joseph Gordon-Levitt Plays Drums in Subway Station to Promote Search for Musicians for New Project

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Plays Drums in Subway Station to Promote Search for Musicians for New Project

Joseph Gordon-Levitt posted the video to Facebook to draw attention to his HitRecord collaborative production company. He said he wants other musicians to play with him.

Ever since 500 Days of Summer changed our worlds, Joseph Gordon-Levitt has become kind of a phenomenon. He’s come to represent our favorite wanderlust-fueled, coffee-loving, ukulele-playinghipster. He’s the feel of cartwheels on the beach, polka-dotted high waisted shorts, of cutting your own bangs.

He is clearly having the BEST time (not to mention he’s pretty freaking awesome at drumming) and we love that he is so excited to share the experience with us!

The performance was part of a project called Everyday Spectacular created by his production company, HitRecord. The HitRecord website describes the project as a way for artists to capture larger-than-life performances.

How everyone refrained from bombarding Gordon-Levitt with requests for selfies and/or marriage proposals is beyond us, but we did laugh when a man on the train told him he looked like Pee Wee Herman…a connection we weren’t necessarily trying to make about one of our biggest crushes ever, but that we now can’t unsee.

We are so excited for this project (as well as to have verifiable proof that JGL is just as adorable as ever).

varun kumar

VARUN KUMAR is the Owner, Chief Editor and Co-Founder of “On Breaking”. He loves to stay updated always with all the latest changes that are happening each and every day in our world. He has special interests in Entertainment, Sports, Weird and Technology. He has a very deep interest in all Current Affairs topics whatsoever.

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