I've been trying for a long time to remember the author and title of a short story I read many years ago about a society where there's non-stop music played everywhere - much like nowadays. The main character objects to this constant barrage of noise and is consigned to a psychiatric hospital - which also has non-stop music - because he's considered to be crazy for wanting to live in silence. Can anyone help me identify it? Thanks.
I think this is Ray Bradbury's "The Murderer":
"A psychologist exits the noisy environment to confront a patient confined to a small safe-room. The psychologist notes that the man has ripped the radio out of the wall to silence it. The room seems unnaturally quiet to the psychologist, yet the patient seems perfectly at ease, even happy."