Picture it. You’ve just settled in for your flight, ordered yourself a glass of wine. All of a sudden, your moment of plane zen is interrupted by a guitar. As in a band, on your plane, playing music.
Southwest Airlines has sealed a deal with Warner Music Nashville to provide in-flight live music to their airline because air travel isn’t torture enough.
New country music artist Devin Dawson helped Southwest make the announcement, appearing in a video on the site for the series called “Live at 35,” referring to the plane’s altitude at 35,000 feet.
— Devin Dawson (@zdevin) October 26, 2017
Southwest has had live performances on their flights occasionally since 2011, which Billboard said had only “only grown in popularity over the past six years,” but based on the reaction of Twitter users, they may have overestimated.
Live music! What a treat. Sometimes it’s nice to appreciate the little things, the things that bring people together, the things that make you smile, the things that make you feel alive, the things . . . wait. Wait. Music? While trapped on an airplane?
Courtesy : DailyNews