Conductor Puts On Impromptu Concert For Passengers After Boulder Blocks Train Tracks.

Passengers on an Amtrak train suddenly found themselves stuck for hours in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, after a boulder landed on the tracks, blocking their way through.

But lucky for them, their conductor, Brad, thinks quick on his feet. Wanting to keep everyone calm and entertained, Brad went out and found a $500 guitar (paid for by Amtrak) and joined forces with Evie Joy, a talented musician on board. Not only did their impromptu concert lift spirits, but it inspired thousands online!

“One can’t help but believe there’s some magical force in the universe bringing the right people together,” said passenger Calvin Sun, who shared videos of the concert. “In the event of such an unexpected prolonged delay, there was no better company we could ask for.”

See how the pair turned a frustrating situation into a joyful gathering in the video below, and share to brighten people’s days!

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