Kenny Petrie performing on Britain's Got Talent

Kenny Petrie, a 64-year-old Scottish company director, may seem unassuming at first, but he proved that age is just a number during his audition on Britain’s Got Talent. As he gingerly opened his guitar case onstage, little did the judges and audience know that they were about to witness a rock god in action.

With the opening riff of Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way,” Petrie caught everyone’s attention and got the crowd pumped up. But he didn’t stop there. He unleashed a wild wah solo, showcasing his impressive skills as he swiftly moved up and down the fretboard. And just when you thought he couldn’t get any better, he stunned everyone with some lightning-fast finger tapping, reminiscent of the legendary Eddie Van Halen.

Throughout his performance, Petrie wore a big smile on his face, infecting the room with his enthusiasm. His infectious energy resonated with the audience, and even Simon Cowell couldn’t help but grin from ear to ear, exuding pure joy like a child.

Check out Kenny Petrie’s incredible audition on Britain’s Got Talent in the video below:

The internet has been abuzz with admiration and awe for this 64-year-old rocker’s incredible talent. It just goes to show that age should never be a barrier to pursuing your passion and showcasing your skills.

So whether you’re 45, 55, or 65, take inspiration from Kenny Petrie and keep rocking on! Who knows, you might just surprise everyone with your hidden talents and bring smiles to the faces of people around you.