John Legend Surprises Commuters By Playing Piano At Train Station

Legend tracked down one of London's public pianos.

By Hayden Wright

It’s International Piano Day and John Legend treated London commuters to a surprise concert: The “All of Me” superstar performed in the St. Pancras Station, which is part of the London railway. A piano has long stood in the station as a kind of landmark, and Legend hopped on the keys to play “All of Me,” “Ordinary People,” and the Darkness song “Surefire.” His early-morning performance caught commuters on their way to work—not a bad way to start your hump day.

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Legend announced his performance on Twitter moments before it began: “Arriving at London @StPancrasInt on @EurostarUK. Do they still have that piano there?”

See some images and footage from Legend’s impromptu set here:

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