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Often, concerts bring out the best in people. Maybe it is something in the air. This unity can be seen in the following video:
— National Treasure (@hannah_maex) 19 August 2018
30 year old Michael Reynolds had been in a wheel chair ever since he broke his back in motrcross race 5 years ago. Understandably so he did not want to be stuck in the disabled section for the Liam Gallagher concert. He wanted to stick with his mates.
Due to his disability he could not see most of the concert though. However, that is not where the story ends friends. When Liam started to perform an Oasis classic, Wonderwall. Michael’s mates lifted the chair so he could see the performance. Then when what they were doing could be seen about 20 other people there helped when the guys looked like they needed the help. They held Michael up higher so he could see the performance in all its glory.
Mike had a few words to say about the heartwarming moment:
Obviously, there was the disabled area, but there were 15 of us and I am the only one in a wheelchair.
But I couldn’t see, I ended up just listening to it. My mates had the idea of lifting me up. Suddenly, there were 20 lads all helping. Everyone was loving it.
It was really positive. The atmosphere was unbelievable. Everyone was really helping.
You couldn’t fault the crowd at all, it was just people being positive wanting to help.
News of this even got to the main man himself, Liam Gallagher.
Respect to the lads at my concert for giving Michael Reynolds the best view in the house BIBLICAL BEHAVIOUR as you were LG x
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) 22 August 2018
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