AFRO-AMERICAN MUSIC INSTITUTE CELEBRATES 36 YEARS
Pain Relief Beyond Belief
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I enjoyed your video.
It's always been a pleasure working and jammin' with you throughout the last several years.
I'm writing to you in regards to finding a bass student to do an internship at Jazz Workshop, Inc.
Jazz Workshop, Inc. meets every Saturday from 12 PM to 4:30 PM at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh-Homewood on the Lower Level starting this Saturday, September 11th.
If you could get back to me ASAP that would be great.
Also, I'd like to be on any of your mailing lists too about any upcoming events you have.
In addition, thanks for those encouraging words about my job at the Jazz Workshop, Inc.
It's been a thrilling experience.
This is my 6th year as Artistic Director.
And if you know of any rhythm section and horn section players lookin' for a place to play every week, we have a JWS Jazz Ensemble that meets every week at CLPGH-Homewood Auditorium from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM.
Take care and keep swingin'.
Artistic Director/Jazz Workshop, Inc.
(412) 422-4149 (H)
(412) 841-8046 (C)
This is Mark Leonard bruh, glad to see you're still making it do what it do baby! Hope to see you one day at Executive Cigars, I always seem to just miss you when you're there...
This Bonita Thomas - How is everything in the burg. Hope to get back soon. Don;t live far from the Mountaineer Resort. Darryl Codgell and Sandy Dowe performed there. I do miss Pittsburgh.
Bonita - Pianist, Actress, Directress, Singer
Funny, I just recorded Dolphin Dance. :)
out of the house and Mom and Dad announced they are getting a divorce.
The kids are distraught and hired a marriage counselor as a last resort at
keeping the parents together. The counselor works for hours, tries all of
his methods, but the couple still won't even talk to each other.
Finally, the counselor goes over to a closet, brings out a beautiful upright
Bass, and begins to play. After a few moments, the couple starts talking.
They discover that they're not actually that far apart and decide to give
their marriage another try.
The kids are amazed and ask the counselor how he managed to do it.
He replies, "I've never seen anyone who wouldn't talk during a bass solo."
And for that, the counselor gets $200/hr, and doesn't have to join the
Great to have you as friend.
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