Crowd Gathers To Hear Teen's Haunting Elvis Classic, But 1 Stranger Lurking Has Plans Of His Own
FaithTap Staff 2/8/2018
Have you ever had that feeling, that inkling, that tells you to keep chasing your dream no matter how impractical? Well, for Natasha Cook Jenkins of Glasgow, Scotland, being discovered as a singer was one of those fantasies that only came true in movies.
But when you love something, it is hard to shake off the resolve to stick with it no matter how hard the going gets. For Natasha, this mean't unpacking her instruments in the city center of Glasgow, and singing to her hearts content day and night, even if no one was listening.
On this specific day, Natasha went about her ritual just like any other, and started her busking with the song "Streets of London" by Ralph McTell. Once she was done, a man from the crowd approached her to shake her hand. According to STV News, Natasha recalls:
"...when I was finished he came over and shook my hand and said I produced that song in 1971 and that's the best rendition I've heard of it. I was like wow."