Making a joyful noise

I am moved to comment on a (local?) musician in a classy Panama hat, whom I've been enjoying lately performing on the streets of downtown Asheville.

As he sings and plays the ukulele and kazoo, I've noticed – to the delight of children, teens and adults – that his heartfelt music makes people want to dance and puts big smiles on our faces. Even the whistling is refreshing. I encourage others to enjoy this uplifting and well-presented entertainer, who, I feel, truly adds to the ambiance of our beautiful city in a most positive way.

So, here's a note of gratitude. And I, for one, will continue to contribute to his busking kitty whenever I see him on my walk through town.

— Marta Martin

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