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The School of Rock Claremont was performing at a gig when they noticed a car guard dancing in the parking lot to their music.

 

Muizenberg, South Africa – The School of Rock in Claremont, yes you read that right, was doing a gig at the TigersMilk in Muizenberg over the weekend when they saw one of the car guards in the parking lot, jamming to their beats.

The school, which runs similarly to that of the movie (minus the child endangerment and overall illegal nature) is the first on the African continent. There are currently 200 schools across five continents who work to develop every aspect of the musician talent.

“We believe the best way to learn music is to play music. We take students from the lesson room to the stage, developing both their confidence and musicianship with programmes designed for all skill levels and all ages.

No, we’re not the movie, but YES we’re the real deal!”

Music flows through so many people and sometimes, you can’t help but dance along to a good song. That is was happened to one car guard who couldn’t contain himself and started dancing in the parking lot.

“Well this is the effect that School of Rock has on people!! Our Music Rocks the Nation!!! (This was happening outside whilst we were performing inside at TigersMilk Muizenberg on Saturday)”

Take a look at the car guard jamming to the music below.


Sources: Facebook
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