In a surprising twist on Britain’s Got Talent, 64-year-old Kenny Petrie captivated everyone with his incredible guitar skills. Initially appearing unassuming, he stepped onto the stage with a guitar case in hand. Little did the judges know that they were about to witness the birth of a true rock legend.
Petrie’s performance began with a gentle strum, but it didn’t take long for the audience to realize they were in for a treat. With a sudden burst of energy, he unleashed the iconic riff from Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way.” The crowd was immediately captivated and started to feel the rock ‘n’ roll spirit coursing through their veins.
But that was just the beginning. Petrie effortlessly soared up and down the fretboard, displaying his mastery of the instrument. He wowed everyone with his epic wah solo, reminiscent of rock legend Eddie Van Halen. And just when the audience thought they had seen it all, Petrie surprised them with lightning-fast finger tapping that left jaws on the floor.
Throughout his performance, Petrie’s infectious enthusiasm shone through. His smile never left his face, and the sheer joy he exuded was contagious. It was impossible not to get caught up in the excitement of his performance. Even the usually composed Simon Cowell couldn’t help but wear a wide grin, embracing his inner child.
Watch Kenny Petrie’s electrifying performance in the video below: