Little boy improvises with a toy trumpet, surprising everyone at a jazz concert
There are people who seem to have music in their veins, and a guy named Boone is one of the best examples. Boone is the son of Stephanie Anthony.
A mother and son were out for a walk when they ran into a band playing their music live and the boy’s reaction left them speechless. The family is originally from the city of Pensacola, Florida, United States.
It was the group “Where I AT Brass”, a jazz group that was formed in 2010 and since then they have performed on the road and in several places.
Over the years they have received all sorts of awards and accolades, but few have been as memorable as little Boone’s reaction when he decided to join them and enjoy his music to the hilt.
Boone and his parents were on vacation in New Orleans. When Stephanie noticed that her son was very excited to hear live music, she decided to get a little closer.
Little did she know that her son really wanted to join the band and accompany them with a toy trumpet that the toddler had improvised with the first thing he could find. The video captured the emotional moment and the cute kid can be seen enjoying the tune more than anyone else as he plays his toy trumpet.
The video has already been viewed almost 7 million times worldwide. The crafty baby stands next to the real trumpeter and doesn’t hesitate to imitate his movements as he moves his hips from side to side. All the band members are impressed with the special fan they just won, so they do nothing but continue to play with him and make him feel like family. Boone just completed his first year of life.
Applause goes to both the band and the adorable Bun, who showed that he has music in him. Stephanie did not stop receiving comments to enroll her son in music courses to become a professional. Stefani posted a funny video on her Facebook account and took the opportunity to congratulate the band on the beautiful energy they create. There is no doubt that the beautiful Boone was born to enjoy music. I’m sure we’ll hear in a few years.