Maxwell Invites Singing Cashier to Perform With Him
Maxwell is making one talented fan’s dream come true.
Lucas Holliday, a Dollar General cashier in Lansing, Mich., caught viral fame after a video of him singing Maxwell’s “Ascension” landed on Facebook.
Shocked by Holliday’s vocals, Maxwell offered a surprise of his own with a video message on “Good Morning America,” where Holliday was a guest.
“You sound unbelievable,” said Maxwell. “I wanted to personally invite you onstage at my Detroit show this Friday…Congratulations! You have a sick amazing voice.”
Maxwell went on to praise Holliday again on Twitter. “he’s doing more for me than he even realizes,” he wrote. “much love to @GMA for changing and creating opportunities for everyone who has a dream.”
— MAXWELL (@_MAXWELL_) November 14, 2016
Holliday is a musician and a member of a funk band called Tell Yo Mama. The group recently booked a wedding gig as a result of the viral fame and now, Lucas even has a gig with Maxwell, who is currently on tour with Mary J. Blige on their “King and Queen of Hearts Tour.”
So far, the video of Lucas singing “Ascension” has amassed more than 499,000 views. It was posted by one of Holliday’s customers, Nakia Robinson, who told her followers to come check out the talented cashier.