NAMM is more than just synths, audio gear, microphones, guitar amps, and drum kits. It's not unusual at the show in Anaheim, California, to bump into big music stars like BT, Jordan Rudess, and Stevie Wonder. There's also hundreds of performances taking place during the day and night too.
So, it's not unusual in one of the most popular bars at NAMM to find talented singers and musicians covering popular classics. In this case, Grayson Erhard was covering Superstition by Stevie Wonder when the legend himself walked into the bar. Fortunately Grayson couldn't remember the 2nd and 3rd verses and so Stevie stepped up to the stage to teach him the lyrics by accompanying him in this wonderfully unplanned performance, captured on video.
Here's the video from Grayson Erhard's Facebook page:
Or watch the video on YouTube here:
It's a reminder to us that at the end of the day, it's all about the music. The passion. Transmiting our emotions and feelings through music and song.
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[Via: Grayson Erhard on Facebook]