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Once You Find Out Why This Man Performs on Subway Platforms, Your Heart Will Melt

by Jeanine Asencio 9:00 AM, March 8, 2017

Rachael Ray Show

Aired March 8, 2017

In New York City, it’s not uncommon to see musicians trying to make a living by performing on the streets or subway platforms, and Will Boyajian is one of them -- well, sort of. Instead of keeping his earnings to himself, he gives every single cent away to those who need it most, encouraging hungry and homeless New Yorkers to take as much as they need.

“It’s so much fun, and you feel so good giving,” says Boyajian. “What keeps me going is talking to everyone who takes -- you get to hear these amazing stories.”

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You can hear one of those touching stories in the video above about a homeless man and his dog -- it made Rach cry! (And us!)

To keep Boyajian inspired to continue singing, playing and making good music (keep in mind, this guy performs about four hours a day to raise money for others!), Guitar Center gifted him with a $5,000 gift card to use at any of their stores!

Is this guy an inspiration or what?!

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