Andy Thorn from Boulder, Colorado, had the most interesting audience member while playing the banjo by his cabin in the mountains. Weeks ago, he had been visited by a fox while playing a 12-string guitar, and the fox returned.
It was a beautiful and clear day outdoors. The land was covered in trees, and the rolling hills and mountains stretched out for miles, and the sky was pink and blue.
As Thorn played the banjo, his fox friend strolled in front of him. Then the fox sat down. The vulpine’s ears were moving and twitching, and he seemed to thoroughly enjoy the music.
Thorn watched as the fox walked around him, and he turned to face him as he strummed the banjo. He and his wife Cecilia even wrote a song about the music-loving fox.
The song ended, and the fox went back to sit down in front of Thorn. He seemed to be asking for an encore, so Thorn didn’t deny him and continued to play.
Around Thorn, the fox walked and listened intently to the beautiful banjo tune. Thorn was a very talented musician, and he couldn’t help but grin at their interaction.
The fox only left once Thorn was finished playing. A smile remained on the musician’s face, and the fox was surely satisfied with the private concert.