Transcript for Singer Sean Ardoin and his son perform ‘Keep on Moving’
You better believe we're back and gulf coast strong down here in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Oh, yes, wla, love it here. We want to thank everyone who has donated to feeding America's hurricane relief disaster relief and to the health care company Abbott for matching donations up to $500,000. So psyched about this. To find out more go to our website, goodmorningamerica.com. Those donations are rolling in right now. And right now we are here with Lake Charles native and two-time grammy nominee, Sean Ardoin. Yes. And his son, they're going to perform for us in just a moment. But first of all when you hear about feeding America, when you see the country rallying around your community, how does that feel? You know, it's a feeling that we've been longing to feel here in southwest Louisiana in lake Charles because we -- the press cycle was so short on the coverage people didn't even think it happened. Every street looks like a bomb blew up on it, devastation everywhere number facility, no power, to water and the world has moved on so the fact that y'all are here means everything to the people in this area. It shows you're paying attention and that, you know, y'all want to help. It means everything. Well, it means everything to me that you're going to be performing for us. Why did you choose this song you're about to play today? Well, I picked this song because the time for being sad and mournful was two months ago, you know when, it came through and blew everything and turned our lives topsy-turvy. The people here are resilient, the indomitable spirit of southwest Louisiana is everywhere and "Keep on moving" is the mind-set that we have because we can't slow down. Activity breeds activity. We got to keep going. We see the goal and say we got to get it then we get to work. All right. Make it happen. You know what I'm saying. You just hit your preacher nerve. Let's go. I want to hear it, Sean in those iconic yellow glasses. The album is called "Coronation relationships" and this one is "Keep on moving." Take it away, guys. Sometimes I feel I'm moving forward then something happens to remind me that that I can't stop pushing no matter what it's like outside may daddy said, boy when you give your word you better keep it or things gonna run dry and I didn't want to listen now I just got to wonder why why the plows keep coming and the flowers won't bloom just can't see my life, I don't know what to do but I'm going to keep on moving and everything will be just fine hey, well I'm seeing clearer now momma and dad that done told me how and the grass dice and comes back again the sun shining on my face my friend look right in the eye and roadblocks can't stop my pride and I will keep grinding and pushing along and out there playing clouds are parting and the flowers will bloom and now I love my life and I got stuff to do and I'm going to keep on moving everything will be just fine yeah, and the clouds and the plowers will bloom now I love my life and I got stuff to do and I'm going to keep on moving everything will be just fine uh-huh. Whoo! So good, Sean, Sean Sean. Yes, indeed. Lucky to see that. These students holding up the sign, holding up themselves and we thank you, Sean. Your son, question go now. Rip it on the washboard. Oh, my goodness. Want to thank everyone, everyone involved and we're not just thinking here in Lake Charles, the outlying communities, town, parishes, we're with you as well. And St. Louis catholic high school. Beautiful school. Good to have you back in school, guys. Great performance. Nice work. We'll be right back.
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