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As if buskers on the subway wasn't bad enough, now an airline has decided to inflict live music on travelers 35,000 feet up.
Southwest has come to an agreement with Warner Music Nashville that will see it expand the company's series of pop-up in-air concerts.
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Passengers, who will have no choice but to remain strapped into their seats during the shows will likely find themselves unable to fall asleep or concentrate on a film or book as music fills the cabin.
Reaction on Twitter was swift to mock the added in-flight amenity with CNN anchor Jake Tapper asking 'What fresh **** is this?'
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Another Tweeted the sentiments of many: 'I just want more leg room!' and a second pleaded, 'Just let me take a nap or read my book in peace'.
One correspondent aptly wrote: 'File this under 'things no one asked for'.
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Another Twitter follower appeared to fear that introducing music would usher in a whole new category of performances while airborne: 'Jesus Christ. What's next, improv?'
Passengers will have no idea if they're to be subjected to the music sets until they're well on their way and soaring towards their destination.
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Southwest has been hosting in-air shows occasionally since 2011 and says that there will only be around...
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