Barry Bazza farmer Obituary – Death: Engineer and producer, often credited as Bazza Cause Of Death
A man with tattoos has amazed people with his remarkable musical talent. Barry ‘Bazza’ Leadbetter first exhibited his skills many years ago while playing a used piano at the ‘Posh Op Shoppe’ located in the Melbourne suburb of Elsternwick.
While searching for old music records, Mr. Leadbetter came across a dusty piano and began playing it. The 76-year-old piano prodigy caught the attention of Op Shop owner Rosalie Silverstein, who purposely left the piano unused.
Recently, a video of Mr. Leadbetter playing classical music outside the Op Shop was shared on Reddit, where it touched the hearts of hundreds of viewers. Many shared their experiences playing music with the talented musician, who has been playing for the public most weekends for several years.
Although Mr. Leadbetter is a tattooed gentleman, he is an example that should not be underestimated. As one person commented, it’s foolish to judge a person based on their tattoos. The musician’s talent proves that people with tattoos can be incredibly skilled and not to be quickly judged.
Mr. Leadbetter’s passion for music began at the age of six while living in the UK. After his family moved to Australia, he pursued his love of music and graduated from the Adelaide College of Music in 1954. Unfortunately, he had to put his musical career on hold to work as a factory worker for most of his adult life.
Despite his background, Mr. Leadbetter now performs outside the Op Shop in Elsternwick every weekend and dreams of playing live one day.