Kuto was always fascinated by the world around him. He was born in Iraq, but his family moved to America when he was very young. Kuto grew up in a small town in Oregon, and he had never seen anything like the vast open landscape of his new home. He would spend hours exploring the forests and mountains, and he quickly developed a love for nature.

As Kuto grew older, he began to explore more of the world beyond his hometown. He traveled to many different countries, and each one filled him with wonder. He especially loved learning about different cultures and customs, and he often took pictures of himself with locals to remember his experiences.

One day, while traveling through Europe, Kuto came across a group of people who were dressed in strange clothing and had odd haircuts. They called themselves “Zappa fans,” and they were on their way to see Frank Zappa perform in concert. Kuto didn’t know who this Frank Zappa person was, but he decided to join the group anyway.

The concert was unlike anything Kuto had ever experienced before; it was loud, chaotic, and filled with energy. But despite all of this noise, there was something about the music that spoke to Kuto’s soul.”It’s like nothing I’ve ever heard before,” thought as he watched Frank Zappa perform on stage.*