When Dave Williams, 81, took the microphone to sing at a nursing home, no one expected him to sing a proper tune. However, the 81-year-old stunned everyone with a pitch-perfect rendition of The Righteous Brothers’ “Unchained Melody.”
At the point when Dave Williams mentioned performing himself, visitors at Park View Nursing Home in Liverpool were partaking in some fine singing by neighborhood singer Toni Nesbitt. After 50 years of working as a medical assistant, Dave left the NHS.
Everyone who was there was amazed by the man’s ability to sing. He had previously performed with the Beatles on several occasions. At the point when I got up, my girl was beseeching me to put down,” Dave conceded. ” Be that as it may, I’m happy I didn’t!”
He found it incredibly remunerating after his exhibition when a dementia patient started murmuring the tune to herself. ” After my performance, I saw a dementia patient in the audience singing the song to herself, which was brilliant.”