They're musicians who love music.
And, since 2005 they have been on a mission to bring soothing sounds to the masses.
"It started off as just an idea to just go down and take people's minds off their troubles after Katrina," explains musician Al Coffey.
But, nearly 8-years later, The Feel Good Tour is marching on giving donated instruments to kids who can't afford them.
"I think what keeps me moving is the faces of the kids when we give them the instruments. No matter what time of the year it is, it's Christmas. That's the pay off," explains Tour founder Bill Hudson.
Hudson and Coffey initially took their good vibes to disaster areas, now they're bringing this wave of good feelings to our area with a concert; donate an instrument and you get in for free.
Says Hudson, "What we are doing Susan, is really very personal, one to one, we're not going for thousands of instruments, we're going for one student that can not afford an instrument."
Adds Coffey, "Anyone who's generous enough to come out and bring an instrument to us, we want to make sure it gets to a kid someplace that needs it. It's all about people helping people."
The men joke they're working on a "broken shoe-string" budget, but say giving music to someone who wouldn't otherwise have it, is its own reward.
"Without music life would be so much poorer. That's why we try to do, what we do," says Coffey.
If you'd like to donate an instrument, contact Bill Hudson through Facebook (search "the feel good tour" or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The concert is Wednesday, March 20th at the June McBroom Theater at The Community High School, 302 Campbell Avenue, Roanoke. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door or free if you donate a working instrument.