Janitor performs his solo daily
CINCINNATI — Ronald Greene, dubbed the singing janitor, performs for an audience of none, while singers for the 2012 World Choir Games prepare to perform, believing the rumbling voice to belong to one of their own, according to The Enquirer.
Greene, 57, stands just inside a restroom doorway, a place where the acoustics wont echo, and where many of the World Choir Games competitors will warm up to get just the right tone and notes, the article stated.
According to the article, Greene, however, is not rehearsing or competing, rather he is working.
"I just sing for relaxation, inspiration and preparation to pray," said Greene.
Greene knows his voice is good and would even stand out in a competition like the World Choir Games, but he has never given any thought to competing, claiming the two jobs he works cuts into rehearsal time, the article noted.
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