Picking row after row of asparagus in a sun-drenched field is what some might describe as a character-building experience. For a five-year-old Joel Guzman, one such day in 1964 in Washington's Yakima Valley was an epiphany. No, he didn't find enlightenment in the sea of green stalks. But next to the field, there was a truck, and in that truck an AM radio, and emanating from that radio was a tinny, catchy melody that first caught his ear and... More >>>
Fox told Guzman he was singing out of tune, and true love blossomed.