With a few airlines dominating the news cycle these days, it’s nice to see a positive story coming out of the friendly skies.
On Saturday morning, passengers on a Delta flight from Tampa to Los Angeles got more than just peanuts and a drink with their flight — they were treated to an impromptu performance by saxophone legend Kenny G!
According to ABC Action News, Kenny G was sitting next to a passenger — an off-duty flight attendant — whose daughter had died of brain cancer and who asked him to perform.
The head flight attendant then informed passengers that Kenny G would play if passengers donated $1,000 to cancer charity Relay for Life. Not only did the passengers raise $1,000 for the charity, they doubled that amount and raised $2,000 as the Grammy-winning saxophonist walked up and down the aisles busking.
The reaction to Kenny G’s mile-high performance was overwhelmingly positive, with one person writing “Amazing … we need more good in this world,” while another tweeted: “A nice change from Fight Club on United.”
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