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A retired factory worker has been fun Melbourne audiences every weekend – after discovering an old piano in an op shop as he searched for old records.
Barry ‘Bazza’ Leadbetter, whose head and face are covered in antiques, began music courses at England if he was his gift for music has been prodigious, he wound up researching in Adelaide College of Music in 1954.
‘I had been fairly square once I was young,’ Mr Leadbetter informed Caulfield Glen Eira Leader.
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Barry ‘Bazza’ Leadbetter has been playing the piano every weekend
The factory worker with purple moustache and eyebrows performs without music sheets
His music career came to a stop when he started working in a factory, where he worked for the majority of his lifetime.
Now the more 72-year-old treating others on the way and will be reigniting his enthusiasm for music.
Since he sits to the velvet wood stool having a eyebrows and beard, Mr Leadbetter can be found playing the cream piano and with no help from music sheets.
The Collingwood man said he enjoyed every genre from classical to rock and gospel, but it’s ‘Tulips from Amsterdam’ by Max Bygraves that the musician loves playing the maximum, according to the publication.
Looking eccentric with his purple hair and face ink, Mr Leadbetter is found weekly in the Opp Shoppe expecting to further his career.
The 72-year-old needs to take his music journey full circle, hoping since gigs are secured by him in live music venues, it will take off.
The eccentric looking man dressed in a big jacket and backwards cap can be seen sitting on a reddish wood stool as he played with the opp shop owner’s lotion piano (pictured)
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“I don’t know what I would do without this particular piano. It is meditation, it is therapy, it is life.”