Every once in a while, a live performance today turns out to be something extraordinary. Now I haven’t had the privilege to watch any of the greats from yesteryear like Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, or any renowned names from decades past, but I’ve heard they were always great and they interacted with the audience a lot. Nowadays, there are typically lines of security guards all around the stage and the performer plays a pre-arranged set, then is whisked off to their next location.
But it turns out, if you buy a ticket and manage to be in the front row, you might just get incredibly lucky: there’s a chance that you might end up performing for the thousands of people on stage. But that, of course, requires an essential, beautiful voice.
During Michael Bubble’s concert at the Infinite Energy Center, Duluth, Minnesota, the famous singer handed his mic to a young gentleman in the audience. The fan was Andrew Zarrillo of Houston, Texas, who flew all the way to Duluth with his girlfriend, Amanda. Initially, the couple bought upper deck seats. However, in the final hour, they were able to move down to floor seats. You could almost say it was meant to be–because Michael selected him to come on stage and sing.
Andrew then serenaded his lovely girlfriend and the thousands of people in the center. He was able to capture the high notes and low. Andrew was able to give an outstanding performance on the go. No rehearsals or pre-warning, nothing. Just a magical moment for the fan. Watch the full video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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