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Professional Keyboardist Rocks Out Public Piano [Video]

For those of us that are not musically inclined whatsoever, watching someone who is truly a master at playing an instrument may as well be magic or voodoo.

Watch as Henri Herbert, a keyboard player for The Jim Jones Revue, sits down and rocks out at a public piano on the concourse of King’s Cross’ St. Pancras International Station in London.

The quickness at which his hands are moving is mesmerizing. He can flat out play.

But what’s up with the few idiots who are just standing there with their back to him, refusing to acknowledge his awesomeness?! Bow down to this master!

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