This fall's Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, better known as “Jazz Fest,” is attracting even those who can’t actually hear the music, CBS News reports.
That's thanks to a group of professional sign language interpreters, many of whom have their own style and their own fans.
Interpreter Holly Maniatti told CBS that it shouldn't be surprising that the deaf would be drawn to a music festival.
“You can feel a lot of the music, you’ve got all this basses pumping out and the subwoofers,” Maniatti said. “And you’re with this crowd of people who love this music and you turn around and there’s a guy singing and you’re like, ‘Hey I love this music too.’ ”
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