INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - You may hear the organ music at the State Fair horse shows, but do you know who's been behind the keys for decades?
Meet June Brune.
She's been playing music at the fair since 1941 when she started as a violin soloist.
She eventually started playing the organ for the horse shows, and for 29 years has been the one setting the spirit.
Sunday, she was given a rare "gold card," meaning she can get into anything, any year of the State Fair for the rest of her life.
She was thrilled, considering it's her favorite.
“I have played Ohio State Fair, Illinois shows, well I've played all over the country but this is one of the biggest and best shows there is and especially the horse show,” she said.
When asked if June plans to be back next year she said, "If they want me, I'll be back."
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