Lynyrd Skynyrd’s epic ‘Freebird’ played on harmonica with skills off the chart

‘Freebird’ played on harmonica

Will Wilde’s harmonica skills are off the charts as he plays solo to Lynyrd Skynyrd’s ‘Freebird.’ He has a mic in between his hands to capture every note he sounds.

The muscular musician makes the harmonica sound like an electric guitar. He knows a lot about instruments as there are several electric guitars hung on the wall behind him.

He knows a lot about rock music as well. His black sleeveless shirt has the logo of AC/DC printed on it. As he plays, his face shows the intense exertion he is putting into the performance.

‘Freebird’ played on harmonica

Harmonicas are not easy instruments to play. It requires a tremendous amount of precision, control, and lung power. Wilde continues to rock out for four minutes straight.

He shows no sign of weariness or slowing down. Every time he plays a solo, he gets faster and faster. It is hypnotizing to hear him play such a complicated tune on such a small instrument.

The entire performance is a masterpiece. Wilde takes no breathers, except, of course, the breaths he uses to play the notes on the harmonica. You can’t help but be charmed by his talent.

After the final note, he finally takes a breath of air with the harmonica away from his lips. If he were in a stadium, the crowd would be on their feet applauding his performance.

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