Special Glasses Help Country Singer See In Color For the First Time Ever

Deborah Evans Price
August 21, 2023
Yahoo Life

Guys who play music together often become closer than brothers, and needless to say, they’d do anything to make life better for one of their brethren. Country music fans got to see that special bond in action during a recent BoomTown Saints concert in Nashville when Chris Ramos presented fellow frontman Ben Chism with a special pair of EnChroma glasses for people who are color-blind that enabled him to see vibrant hues for the first time ever.

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