Andrea Bocelli is known around the world for his incredible opera singing. But he also dabbles in a variety of other genres!
Despite his wide interests, he normally keeps things outside of opera to himself. That’s why this performance of Elvis’ “Can’t Help Falling In Love” came as such a shock for his audience.
The famed opera singer was at Lake Las Vegas Resort when he felt compelled to share his talents before a packed outdoor audience. His fondness for this song is evidenced in the expressions that float across his face.
Andrea jests a bit with the pianist and then turns to the crowd. With a little help from his live musicians, the permanently blind Andrea held tight to the microphone and gave the song his all!
His audience was left with their mouths falling open in astonishment while he sang. It’s one of the most beautiful renditions of this classic love song you’ll hear.
Then the crowd erupted into cheers as soon as it came to a close. It comes as no surprise that all styles of music have always come easily to Andrea.
But he’s only truly shared his opera talents with the world. Until this performance.
“I’ve always known that I was born to sing, ever since I was a child.”
Since he was born with a serious visual disability, music became something that Andrea came to rely on. It was one thing he could cling to, one sure thing that gave him solace in a difficult life.
After officially entering into the music industry in 1992, Andrea’s released 15 solo albums, nine operas and sold more than 80 million copies of his work worldwide. His talent is a true blessing to those who hear him.
Listen to Andrea’s rendition of “Can’t Help Falling In Love” for yourself in the video below. This is a version of the hit tune that’s unlike anything we’ve ever heard.
You’ll be left in awe after listening to Andrea’s version of Elvis’ hit.