The sign on the piano said, 'Play Me, I'm Yours' so this piano man sat down and banged out some boogie woogie in the style of Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard to entertain the crowd at the train station where the piano was located.

The piano man Henri Herbert, keyboard player with the Jim Jones Revue, decided to use the piano to rehearse for an upcoming music festival.

In spite of the fact Herbert was doing an incredible job 'tickling the ivories,' several in the crowd didn't seem all that enthusiastic about the performance.

Seriously, I've seen zombies with more life than some of these people. Is waiting for a train so mind-numbing that you can't take a few minutes and enjoy some great music by a very good musician?