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Prince George busker tries to heal difficult past through music

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If you've walked around downtown Prince George this summer, odds are you've encountered Marcel Wilson. Six days a week he strums his guitar at various downtown locations. His music comes from a place of healing. After losing his parents at an early age, he got trapped in addiction spent some time in jail. But his nephew introduced him to three guitar chords and, as he told Daybreak's Julia Kalinina, no matter how bad things get those chords help him get through his day. Listen to his story here.

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