Kong Nay is known as the Ray Charles of Cambodia.
He wears the same dark sunglasses and is also an incredibly talented musician.
But that’s where the similarity ends.
This 61-year-old is a master of the Chapei, a long necked guitar with two strings.
It’s an ancient instrument that is thought to have arrived in Cambodia two thousand years ago.
But due to decades of war, traditional music like this is under threat.
More than 90 percent of musicians died during the brutal Khmer Rouge regime; with them died their skills and knowledge.
However now Kong Nay is part of a movement to save Cambodia’s ancient arts.
Rebecca Henschke met him in his slum dwelling in the centre of Phon Phem.