"I'm just here to be here for him. And I think he realized that I drove all this way for him because I love him, and all you can do is show up," said Robert Graham. Hailing from Virginia, Graham drove 1,400 miles to Bozeman, Montana, to play the trombone for his brother, Bill, outside the window of his rest home, where he is quarantined. When he told an old friend who happens to be the trombone instructor at Montana State, five trombonists were outside Graham's brother's window playing a number of tunes, hymns and melodies. For Graham, it's about the therapeutic nature of music. "It's resonance. And that's the reason I got my trombone together. When you resonate chords with other people, you realize that you're connected to them in a very non-verbal way."