DOWNTOWN KNOXVILLE, Tenn (WVLT) -- Hugh Livingston says he doesn't sing, but he can carry a tune.
Actually 530 pounds of tunes.
It's his digital organ he hauls with a trailer attached to his truck and wheels around tight places often all for the love of music and the faces that light up when he performs.
He calls it the Silver Music Project.
Livingston recently played for a group of people in the Kay Senior Care Center who have Alzheimer's disease.
They meet at the Church Street United Methodist Church.
Our cameras caught them smiling, clapping and toe tapping along to the tunes.
Kay Senior Care Center director, Judith Winters says this is a very positive program for her seniors, since they have short term memory loss, but they do remember the tunes Livingston performs.
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