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Saul Dreier, a 98-year-old Holocaust survivor, remembers singing with his fellow prisoners amid the horrors of the concentration camp. Decades later, Saul formed a band made up of other Holocaust survivors where they play across the U.S., even performing at the White House. NBC News’ Gabe Gutierrez shared the story.