I don’t get happy for people – I get angry. That’s how my brain works and that’s how it will always work. So when I saw that noted sax legend Kenny G. played an impromptu concert for a bunch of losers on a Delta flight, well, you can only imagine how I felt.
We’re lucky to have people like Kenny on planet earth. He’s a treasure who needs to be treated as such. To even have him on your Delta flight in the first place is like shaking hands with God, and to have him play a few songs from his deep catalog of hits is just mindblowing.
The wave of jealousy I feel for these people on the flight is almost indescribable.
Like, is he serious right now? My ears are blessed to have heard that through laptop speakers, so the fortunate few who saw this in person are officially the luckiest human beings in existence.
Kenny literally has a woman walking on her hands and knees behind him as he drops the sweet sounds of sax throughout the cabin. Meanwhile, these people hardly even seem impressed. Some even look annoyed. This is like watching Michael Jordan shoot around at a local court, or seeing Tiger Woods play putt-putt. In a world where airline travel is legitimately the worst thing in existence, Delta somehow comes from the top rope by doing pop-up shows with living legends.
Frankly, I’m surprised no one had to bust out the life preservers under their seats mid-performance. Kenny has that type of effect on people. .