If you think back to the first few concerts that you attended as a kid, chances are you remember the scene of the crowd and the music that was performed.
But, for one boy named Griffin Guy, the memory he’ll look back on includes that and so much more.
You see Griffin was handpicked to share the stage with Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley during their Feb. 18 tour stop in Lafayette, Louisiana. Although, the boy didn’t sing, he did receive a guitar from the dynamic duo!
As you can see in the video above, the “Sun Daze” singers paused the entire show. As the crowd cheered loudly with excitement, Tyler pulled the child up onstage. Then, the duo grabbed a magic marker to sign and present the child with a black acoustic guitar.
“Griffin, look man. I saw you rocking and singing your heart out,” said Brian. “Do you know how to play the guitar?” And, in the most polite way, Griffin replied, “No sir.”
Despite being unfamiliar with the six-stringed instrument, the boy promised to learn how to play.
“That’s my man,” said Brian happily, “Everybody needs to take note of this little guy up here.”
Tyler, we’re taking note! And, we hope to hear him shredding on the guitar in due time!
FGL is currently on the road for their Dig Your Roots Tour. But, they have plenty of more surprises in store, as they are set to launch their 2017 Smooth Tour. The trek kicks off on June 2 in Austin, Texas, and wraps with back-to-back shows in Alpharetta, Georgia, on Oct. 20-21. Rapper Nelly and country singer Chris Lane are scheduled to join the duo on the summer tour.