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Published on December 18th, 2018 | by Alan Cross

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Watch a daughter sign a Three Days Grace show for her deaf dad

There was a touching moment of daddy-daughter time in Edmonton the other night at a Three Days Grace show. Dad is deaf, but still loves the vibe of a rock concert. His daughter made sure that he knew what was going on. (Via CNN)

At last night's concert, we witnessed something absolutely beautiful. Keep In mind this was a rock concert (Three Days Grace in Edmonton). We saw this girl and a man who seemed to require a lot of dancing room, irritating at first until we realized what was happening. Her father is deaf/hearing imparied(?), she was signing the lyrics to him. We couldn't care less about what was happening on stage, watching them was absolutely mesmerizing. They were both very sweet and her father was very proud of his daughter. So here's one of the songs, sorry just a crappy snippet of what happened.

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One Response to Watch a daughter sign a Three Days Grace show for her deaf dad

  1. Jay says:

    This is pretty cool to see someone signing the lyrics.

    For another example, check out the track Given to Fly from Pearl Jam’s Touring Band 2000 DVD. There’s a video on YouTube but it doesn’t have the intro in which Eddie Vedder explains to the crowd that they are seeing something they’ve never seen before – someone in the crowd signing the songs. So they pulled the woman doing the signing up on stage during this song.

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