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Web Catch: Musician brother delivers the best best man speech


Melbourne musician Daniel Buccheri tells Mashable he "really didn’t want to write a conventional speech" when his brother asked him to be the best man at his wedding.

Buccheri certainly accomplished this goal, as his musical tribute to his brother and his new bride was anything but ordinary.

Adapting hits from Sam Smith, The Police, Elton John and others, the musical medley traced the timeline of the brothers' relationship, transitioning into the love story between the emotional bride and groom.

Needless to say, there were more hugs than words exchanged after the touching performance.

"They were pretty shocked and emotional, and really appreciative of all the work I put in," Buccheri said.

Watch the video above.

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