NYC Subway Worker Sings Sinatra [Video]
Gary Rousseau, a subway construction worker in New York City, decided to spice up his lunch break. In the spirit of "hard hats and microphones," he set up a microphone and amplifier, and performs Frank Sinatra songs at his construction site on 2nd Avenue. Says Rousseau, "we're trying to give back a little bit."
With the hand-written sign behind Rousseau reading "Forget all the noise, traffic and the impact of the 2nd Ave. Subway, enjoy the music," we'd say he's accomplishing that goal.
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