Watch: Lenny Kravitz overhears a band playing his music on the street
Once you reach a certain level of music superstardom one might assume that you must have to be cool with hearing your songs all over the place - elevators, supermarkets, television commercials and just about anywhere else - without slapping copyright infringement notices left, right and centre.
Lenny Kravtiz seems to be a different kind of animal, though. Watch what happens below when he overhears The Voice of Praise Choir from the First Baptist Church in New Orleans tackling his song 'Fly Away'.
Fair play, Lenny!
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Story by John Balfe | 17:23 | Monday 28th January 2013 | Music News
Do I hear Man in the Mirror starting towards the end?Posted 18:06 | Wed 30th Jan 2013
Mark Zuckerberg was here :)Posted 23:19 | Wed 30th Jan 2013
Yup, Man in the Mirror starts at the end. Then MJ rises from the ashes and picks up where Lenny left off.....Posted 02:42 | Thu 31st Jan 2013
Very cool Mr Kravtiz! You are making the world a better place. Thank youPosted 01:41 | Fri 1st Feb 2013
I LOVE THIS. !! Those kids will be taking about this for years. What a great thing for Kravtiz to do. :)Posted 13:01 | Fri 1st Feb 2013
Not the Fly Away I was raised on but Lenny rocked the Choir in New Orleans ! Thank you Lenny .Posted 13:20 | Fri 1st Feb 2013
I wonder if there has ever been video footage of this happening with any other rock star? I could watch videos like this all day... anyone know of other videos like this one?Posted 16:03 | Mon 4th Feb 2013
OMG this is so setup and phony! "I heard some strange music.." ?? Thats YOUR song. Does the media think we're all that stupid? The kid on lead guitar is great tho.Posted 22:00 | Mon 4th Feb 2013
Who cares if it's setup? It's great. Enjoy it for what it is.Posted 19:00 | Wed 6th Feb 2013
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