Subway Prodigy

Its pretty common to find people playing musical intsruments in the subways of NYC but they’re usually not this young:

This kid managed to draw the largest crowd I’d ever seen for a subway performer.   When I was his age I was busy collecting baseball cards and playing Nintendo.  That’s a hard working kid!

-Posted by Parth


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2 Responses to Subway Prodigy

  1. Michelle says:

    I remember another piano prodigy kid who played in the subway years ago. And there was the little girl who sang, and there was the family with kids who played different instruments. Kids who perform in the subway always draw large crowds, just because they are kids. Isn’t there a law against child labor? His parents are always with this kid, every day in the subway, like they don’t have a job and this kid is supporting them. That’s child exploitation.

  2. Bobbo says:

    The whole time I was reading this post I thought that was a picture of Parth.

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