In theory, metal singers and artists have a reputation for being tough and a little distant. But David Draiman, lead singer of the band Disturbed, has proven that they are also the most caring and caring people. While on tour in West Palm Beach, Florida, the singer called off a concert to console an angry petite fan. During the show, Draiman spotted a young girl singing all the songs with his parents heartily. Touched by her dedication, the great musician asked her if he would like to sing with her on stage. The girl was overwhelmed and started crying.
Instead of ignoring it, Ms. Draiman took a moment to make sure she was okay. As the now going viral video shows, he approaches the front row and asks the girl what her name is. "Everyone say hi to Sophia," he told the audience, before turning her attention to her. "It's okay, baby, it's okay. I didn't mean to scare you," the singer said, then apologised to the girl for startling her. He then greeted the girl's parents and reflected on how the Disturbed show had become a family affair.
“This little girl has been singing her heart out the entire show. She knows so many of the songs,” the singer added. “I saw you singing ‘The Sound of Silence' along with me. I love that. I have my son up there right now. It should be a family affair.”
Draiman added on how this situation speaks to the importance of live shows. He explained, “It doesn't matter where you come from or who you are,” he said. “All of us came here tonight for the same reason. All of us came here tonight because the world is hard, life is hard, and you come here to take your burdens and to set them down.”
The singer ended the interaction by taking a knee and speaking directly to Sophia, “Darling, we may be dark, but let me share a secret with you: sometimes darkness can show you the light.”