Transcript for Hurricane Harvey victims are given a brand new family piano
Finally tonight, a man, his piano, and what a hurricane couldn't destroy. Here's ABC's Gloria Riviera. ??? Reporter: Aric Harding knew the piano his son loved so much was a total loss after hurricane Harvey flooded their home. Theirs, one of 350,000 homes destroyed by rising water in the town of friendswood, Texas. Back to salvage what he could, Aric sat down to play on rusty strings and a broken bass board one last song. The video going viral. Grammy-nominated singer Vanessa Carlton noticing, tweeting, "This story is so important, I'd like to get him a replacement piano if this one doesn't make it." Nearly four months later, just as the hardings are finishing rebuilding their home, the final touch, that new piano, delivered this week. It's been hard to just kind of stay mentally hopeful through the whole thing. Reporter: His son already practicing. The message is that there's hope past the moment you're in. Reporter: For the hardings, that is the sound of resilience. Gloria Riviera, ABC news, Washington. We thank Gloria for that story, and we thank you for watching. I'm Tom llamas in New York. David Muir will be right back here tomorrow. Happy new year. Have a good evening. Good night.
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