New York's famed Carnegie Hall is usually reserved for classical music performances. Many of its attendees often dress up for the night and remain seated as they listen to the orchestra play the classics. So, not a place you would find killer harmonica solos then. But proud Southerner Buddy Greene wasn't going to let big city elitism shy away from doing what he does best -- play the harmonica in a life-changing performance. 

Watch as Greene wows the audience at Carnegie Hall by playing classical pieces like Mozart's Piano Sonata in C and Rossini's William Tell Overture.

For those who don't know, Greene is quite the harmonica legend and has several instrumental albums to his name. Now with the magic of the internet, this old performance from a few years back has the Web abuzz, and the harmonica players like Greene back in the spotlight.