Airmen stun the crowd with their rendition of Adele hit!

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Wow, the girl’s voice is incredible! I can listen to them forever!

They played that violin like a boss! Instead of wars, we should have singing competitions!

Every time I find myself having an existential crisis, I remind myself it’s only for people like this that I have the freedom to have one in the first place!

God gave these guys wonderful voices. Amazing!!!! God Bless You! Thank You for your service!

When a music band made up of airmen gathered for a casual performance of recent hits, no one could have expected it to sound quite this amazing. These deployed airmen certainly let their talent show when they decided to sing one of Adele’s top hits of all-time during a birthday party.

It was a joyous occasion, and since they were deployed and far from home, they wanted to make the very most of A1C Amber Holt’s birthday. No one could’ve guessed that their impromptu performance would get this much attention online!

With only a few instruments, and one very powerful singing voice, they took it away by first singing «Rolling in the Deep.» But that was only the beginning. Flawless from the very start, these airmen performed and it just kept getting better and better.

The simple setting helped their talent stand out even more. With no stage, spotlights or microphones, they performed for their friend. Everyone watching in the room was left in total shock after they started their rendition together. We’re sure this is a performance that would’ve made Adele herself proud!

With enough talent to cover an entire stage, they not only sang the popular Adele tune, but continued with some of the most well-known songs of all time. It’s clear these airmen know how to give their fellow servicewoman the performance of a lifetime!

Get ready, because listening to them perform «Rolling in the Deep» is sure to give you chills! We’re all just glad that someone had the forethought to record their birthday jam session!

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