March 26 2014 04:11 PM

Grammy winner performs 'It's Been Going 'Round' on the MTS

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Some musicians captivate their audiences through their intense live performances and displays of physical and mental endurance required to create their music. Others get by on their effortlessly cool approach. Jesse Harris falls into the latter category, as his easygoing nonchalance undoubtedly stirs the ire in the tormented musicians.

In this episode of A Trolley Show, the Grammy winner performs "It's Been Going ‘Round", a tune that skips along to a bossa nova beat. Slightly reminiscent Nouvelle Vague's intriguing, stripped-down covers of classic punk songs, it's easy to see that crafting a rad song doesn't necessarily require blood, sweat and tears.

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