We've come across all sorts of nutty bus drivers over the years—from good Samaritans to those with disabling erections to Tony the embattled Q69 driver—but we've only heard about one who sings for his passengers. Christopher Dolan has had profiles in the Daily News and the Times—but finally, one of his passengers has captured video of him doing his thing on the M8 this week. Listen/watch him below.

The 54-year-old Dolan has been driving a bus for the last 30 years, but he only started singing about 15 years ago. “I’ve played the guitar my whole life,” he told the News. “I only started singing when I moved to New Jersey and heard my church choir. I was never an opera fanatic.” Now he's become a bit of a legend among the MTA for his voice, and regularly sings the national anthem and “God Bless America” at events like the MTA’s 9/11 memorial ceremony in Battery Park.

Dolan mostly sings in Italian, German and French: “The hardest language for me to sing in, surprisingly, is English,” he said. “I have a typical Brooklyn accent.” Here he is performing in a non-bus environment in 2008: