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"Music is the universal language of mankind." ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. When Dusty Rhodes was at his low point - living on the streets, depressed and struggling with addiction - his tenor saxophone kept him anchored and helped pull his life around. His saxophone helped connect him to people through his music, helping him feel the humanity and comfort of strangers. Rhodes continues to perform on the streets to give solace and peace, to sooth pain, and to give and get love.


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