Get ready to feel chills as you watch an incredible young singer wow the crowd at Fenway Park!
This inspiring 14-year-old boy from Manchester, New Hampshire hasn’t let autism or blindness keep him from honing his talents.
Christopher Duffley knocked it out of the park when he sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” before a game between the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians at Fenway Park, reports USA Today.
With his incredible voice, it’s really no wonder he got a standing ovation! Talent doesn’t discriminate, that’s for sure.
Watch Christopher’s amazing performance!
Want to see more incredibly talented people on the autism spectrum?
Check out Martin Finn, a nonverbal man who, in spite of his inability to speak, can sing beautifully…even in Spanish! Watch him as he performs a stunning cover of the song “Beautiful” by James Blunt. He’s totally amazing!Whizzco