Jerry Davis began recreation time by reciting a story, then began playing the keyboard and singing about John the Baptist baptizing the Lord. After each song, he got a loud round of applause from the audience.
There's nothing unusual about singing and playing the keyboard, but it's a bit unusual for someone who has been blind since birth.
And he's also a self-taught harmonica and guitar player.
"I've been playing since I was about 5 years old," said Davis, who entertains regularly at the Casey County Adult Day Care in Liberty.
"I had a few lessons, then I just sat down and started playing."
Davis, 55, plays mostly hymns in churches and at the day care. He's a regular at his home church - Salem United Methodist Church.