Fans who come out for the annual Muck Bowl in south central Florida know to expect a great competition between the two high schools, Glades Central and Pahokee.

But the supporters in attendance at this year's game got much more than they paid for thanks to an unforgettable halftime performance.

Glades Central's marching band was led by 5-year-old drum major Taranza Mckelvin. The youngster began practicing with the band over the summer and impressed the director so much that he earned a spot during the group's big performance.

"He catches on a lot faster than most of my students," Charles Moorer, the band's director, told WPTV, "He's a very unique kid."

This was Taranza's first performance with the band, and he blew the crowd away. He says he loves performing in front of people.

"I was nervous when I first got out into the field," Taranza told WPTV, "but then I just performed."

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