My wife has "Alexa" shuffling the late John Hartford, the singer-songwriter who also like to do percussion by clogging on a piece of plywood when he performed, and had a parallel career as a licensed commercial river pilot, and had a house overlooking the river where he'd chat on the two-way with passing river pilots. Really smart, witty, imaginative songwriter, multi-instrumental, with the banjo being his main "ax." He died way too young of some disease, but he lived a few lifetimes in his shortened span. He wore a trademark derby for many of his concerts.
Live solo acoustic version of Patty Griffin's Flaming Red, the way only she can do it:
The studio electric version: