Recovering from Ruin (3) by Donald Cantrell
This content is part of a series.Recovering from Ruin (3)
I - The Notable City (19a)
II - The Noisy Conversation (19b)
III - The Numbing Cry (20)
IV - The Negated Calculation (21)
V - The New Course (22)
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Theme: ''Seeking to recover from their battering in Moab''
Donald Gould might be homeless, but he is incredibly talented. According to KTLA, Gould played a public piano on the streets of Sarasota, Florida, and completely wowed passersby with his music skills. The piano was placed on the sidewalk as part of a civic arts project, but when Gould played ''Come Sail Away'' by Styx, people found themselves in complete awe. A video of Gould playing the piano has gone viral after circulating on social media over the past week.
Donald Gould was once a homeless man surviving on the streets of Sarasota, Florida. He would be found on any given day playing a street piano trying to make enough money to survive. In 2015, a passerby filmed Donald playing a piano version of STYX's ''Come Sail Away'' and placed it on YouTube. Overnight Donald became a viral sensation with over a million hits with 24 hours. To date, in less than one year, the YouTube video has already generated 20 million (20,000,000) views.
Within days Donald was swept away by local media and Inside Edition, who gave him a complete makeover and put him on national television. A ''GoFundMe'' campaign was then started for Donald raising over $40,000 and within days he entered into rehabilitation . His life would never be the same.
Within a few months of entering the rehab, Donald was invited to play the Star Spangled Banner for the season opener of the San Francisco 49er's football game, tin front of a crowd of over 75,000 fans at Levi Stadium. Since then, he has appeared on NHK's Japanese television show ''Toko Doga'' for their season finale and joined Ted Williams, the Golden Voice, on his radio show. Donald has ...
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