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Sarah Daffy

Not Having Arms Hasn't Stopped This Guy Becoming A Professional Guitarist... Just Wait Until You Hear Him Play.

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When Mark Goffeney was born in 1969, his parents were devastated to realize their baby had no arms. But as time went on, his musical family were to discover that Mark could set his mind to pretty much anything he wanted to achieve, even the things that seemed impossible.

By the age of nine, Mark had discovered a great love of music, with a particular passion for guitar and bass. Unable to play the instruments conventionally, he attempted to play using his feet, which he used for everything else.

By the time Mark was an adult, he had honed his talent to the point where he was able to become a professional musician. Now fifty, this determined guy performs internationally. He is also a television personality, actor and advocate for the rights of people with disabilities.

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.trendingly.com/mark-goffeney

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Sarah, can you please give a description instead of just a link? People like to know what they're discussing and clicking. :)

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3 minutes ago, Rebecca said:

Sarah, can you please give a description instead of just a link? People like to know what they're discussing and clicking. :)

Oh sure, sorry. :$

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Wow! Love it when someone with a disability overcomes it to show the world and himself/herself how much they can do with what they have.

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