Some people might not remember their first concert, but we can bet that 10-year-old Halle Tator's experience will be a night to remember.
During a show at Toronto's Rogers Centre, Bruce Springsteen and his team said they had "the greatest audience we have ever had in Toronto," but The Boss had some help singing one of his hits provided by Tator.
(See Halle on stage at the 4:17 mark)
According to the Toronto Star, Halle's father, Sender Tator, who is a huge Springsteen fan and has been to over 17 of The Boss' concerts, knew that it was likely that the 62-year-old singer would choose a child to sing with him during his track "Waitin' on a Sunny Day" and helped his daughter prepare, just in case.
Armed with a sign that read, "It's my first show. I'm waiting on a sunny day," Halle was perched atop her father's shoulders when suddenly Springsteen ran across the stage and pulled her out of the crowd to sing with him on the 2003 track.
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