Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 10:21 PM EDT
A teenager's impromptu jam session gives her a sense of connection with her great-great-grandfather. 16-year-old Lily Honigberg of Washington, DC decided it was time to make her debut on the streets of downtown Asheville. She performed for about an hour in front of the Woolworth building. She may be a tourist, but she has Asheville roots. Charles E. Waddell, Lily's great-great-grandfather, was the engineer for the Biltmore Estate. She says he came to Asheville with a passion for what he does, and that's exactly what she displayed downtown. Listen to more of Lily's music in this raw news clip.
Downtown Asheville Is Backdrop For Music Appreciation
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