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THE ARENA — I don't know about you, but I have dreamed many times of being up on stage with one of my favorite bands. This will date me a bit, but I use to have a recurring dream that I was at a Pearl Jam concert and when they played "Yellow Ledbetter" during an encore, they'd pull me on to the stage and I'd shred that song on a beautiful Gibson Les Paul.
In reality, if that happened, I'd make a fool of myself and Pearl Jam would ask me to stop listening to their music.
While my dream will never become a reality, a fan at a Michael Bublé concert got a chance to impress, and he didn't disappoint.
"Michael Bublé lets me sing 'Fly Me To The Moon' during his show," Zarrillo wrote on the YouTube posting. "The song is most famously covered by Frank Sinatra. Everyone thought it was scripted but it’s a totally impromptu moment!"
Bublé seems a bit apprehensive at first and even asks Zarrillo if he'd like some help. Zarrillo just looks at the superstar and says, "I got it." Then he starts singing and Bublé can't handle it. In fact, he has to get up and walk away at one point.
Zarrillo has an amazing tone and may be on his way to being on that stage himself.
I'd like to thank Zarrillo for this awesome video, and also for showing me that even if I can't live out my dream, someone can. Also, props on being ready with the nice sports jacket and killer hair.
John has grown up around movies and annoys friends and family with his movie facts and knowledge. John also has a passion for sports and pretty much anything awesome and it just so happens that these are the three things he writes about.