"It's very touching:" Racine pianist's music fills up church
"It's not like I'm Liberace or anybody. It's like no one knows who I am. Basically, it's very touching." The music heard at Living Faith Lutheran Church may be good, but the story behind how it got there is even more amazing.
Antone Pendleton Brooks doesn't have a lot of money. In fact, he was homeless for quite some time. That's where the Living Faith Lutheran Church stepped in. They collected several hundred dollars for him whose hidden talent was discovered after he started going to the church's food shelf.
Antone says he practices there every week, as he can't have a piano in his apartment building.