Video that went viral changed Goshen musician’s life | Local

GOSHEN — Last summer, Ted Yoder was tired of playing background music at wineries.

He and his wife Donna were tired of the negative climate, particularly around politics.

They were emotionally tired of trying to raise a family of nine off the money he made playing the hammered dulcimer, an instrument that looks like the result of combining a piano and a coffee table.

That was 94.6 million Facebook views, 1.8 million shares ago and 2.9 million “likes” or other emojied responses.

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