In a bar in Los Angeles, a country rock band is performing before a packed house. On a stage in London, an opera diva serenades a well-dressed audience. On a street corner in Buenos Aires, a violinist plays for spare change from the passers-by. In a garage in a small town in Kansas, a teenage punk band plays for their unwilling neighbors and a group of girls from their high school.
On a hill in a forest, the wind strums the leaves of a tree and nobody hears.
And that’s okay.