A man in the crowd was dancing to a Tambours’ classic tune when he noticed a red reed instrument.
The man grabbed the instrument and held it to his chest, a moment captured in video that has gone viral and made headlines around the world.
The video, which shows the man dancing with the instrument, is being shared widely on social media, including by CNN.
It shows the red instrument being held up by the man in his arms as he tries to hold the reed on his chest.
The red instrument, a reed, is a percussion instrument that was popularized by the Beatles in the 1960s.
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The instruments were first used by the Tamboureds, a popular musical group that included guitarist Peter Hooker, and were popular with rock bands such as Pink Floyd and the Talking Heads.
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President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump pose for a picture with Tamburees singer and musician Peter Hookers band, at Trump National Club in North Palm Beach, Florida, in May.
The White House did not immediately respond to CNN’s request for comment on the video.
A video of the Trump inauguration, which took place on Jan. 20, has gone more than 30 million views since it was posted online last week.
In the video, Hookers music is played in the background, and the man holds up the instrument.
“What are you doing?” the man asks the man holding the instrument as he dances with it.
The song is a tune about the power of love, the power to love others and the power that lies in the power we have to do something to help others.
“The song reminds us of the importance of love and the strength in the human spirit,” Hookers said.
Hookers, who lives in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and has performed with Hookers since 1994, said the song “reminds me of the power in the love and how you can give something to someone that’s hurting, and that can make a huge difference.”
Hooker has performed in front of crowds at the inaugural events of George W. Bush and President Barack Obama, but this is his first time performing with a Trump inauguration band.
“He just has such a positive energy.
He’s just been so gracious and has really helped everybody out and the people that have come to see him,” Hooker said.