Joseph Gordon-Levitt recently called on performers to show off their talents in public settings and in a new video took to the Los Angeles metro to heed his own advice.
The Snowden actor setup a drum set at a subway stop and gave passersby a show, all as part of a collaborative project between the actor’s HitRECord and LG called “Everyday, Spectacular.” Gordon-Levitt didn’t get much attention in the moment, other than one man who remarked he looked like Pee-Wee Herman, but it has the internet talking now.
“I asked you guys to play music in public,” the actor wrote on Facebook. “For my part I played drums in a subway.”
Watch his quick set here: