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  • Meet The Big Fresno Fair's one-man band

    Toting -- and playing -- about 19 different instruments, Eric Haines of Everett, Washington, is a one-man band as he works the midway at The Big Fresno Fair, performing a ragtime standard, “Ain't She Sweet.”

Meet The Big Fresno Fair's one-man band

Toting -- and playing -- about 19 different instruments, Eric Haines of Everett, Washington, is a one-man band as he works the midway at The Big Fresno Fair, performing a ragtime standard, “Ain't She Sweet.”
John Walker The Fresno Bee