Pianist Travels 400 Miles To Pay Tribute To The Lives Lost In The Paris Bombing

Image: JOHN WALTON / PA WIRE

Image: JOHN WALTON / PA WIRE

Pianist Davide Martello returned to the site in which the Paris bloody massacre took place, the place in which he had played John Lennon’s “Imagine”.

Martello pulled his piano just a few feet from the Bataclan, and sat down to pay a beautiful tribute to the lives lost.

Martello played, with a group of people gathered around paying their respects. At the end of his tribute, he stood and briefly wiped his face.

“I just knew I had to do something,” he said. “I wanted to be there to try and comfort, and offer a sign of hope”

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