For the past 6 to 8 years, a pair of eastern phoebes has used a nest they built on my porchlight. Here's a couple of recent videos.
The first one records the pair grooming themselves on the branches of an oak tree about 30 feet from the nest. The bird singing in the background is a cardinal:
I got this second video today. One of the birds has been on the nest pretty much all the time for the past few days, so I'm assuming they may be tending some eggs:
This video has a few bars of a phoebe song. I recorded this further down the holler and I'm pretty sure this is one of the birds that has a nest under a shed roof belonging to my neighbors. When the pair at my place first arrived I heard similar songs, but once they started fortifying the old nest, I've mostly heard them now doing short whistles and peeps: