Backup Singer Interrupts Violinists Performance, Then She Hears A Saxophone In The Background

Violinist, Rosemary Siemens had barely begun her “Have a Little Faith” Western Canadian tour when one of her shows took an unexpected turn.

The musician and her band, The Sweet Sound Revival were playing a show in Rosemary’s hometown of Gretna, Manitoba when Rosemary thought she was about to play one final song before intermission.

CBC reports that Rosemary had just started playing when her backup singer and friend interrupted the performance. Rosemary was understandably confused. “Then all the sudden I hear a saxophone from the back of the hall and I’m like, ‘Oh my word,’ and I see my boyfriend,” she said. “He’s in a white suit playing ‘I Can’t Help Falling in Love’ coming down the aisle of the concert hall…. I couldn’t believe it.”

What happened next would change Rosemary, and her boyfriend Eli Bennett’s lives forever. Eli, who is a professional saxophonist, got down on one knee and popped the question to his hopeful wife-to-be.

To prepare for the surprise, it turns out Eli had flown to Winnipeg, rented a car, drove two hours, and planned with the band to create a proposal that Rosemary and the audience wouldnever forget.

Not surprisingly, Rosemary said yes, andtold LittleThings that there, “Couldn’t have been a more amazing way to start this journey together with my soul mate.”

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