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Posted by Carol Kaye on June 01, 2000 at 14:15:44:

In Reply to: Experience Music Museum in Seattle - Thank-you. posted by Carol Kaye on June 01, 2000 at 14:13:29:

: For those of you who live in the Seattle area, or plan to attend the opening of Paul Allen's new Experience Music Museum June 23-24-25, our Jazz Trio will be there playing at 1PM on Sat. June 24th. Also, I'm engaged to give a seminar about learning the correct techniques and creativity on bass too, as well as the studio work on both the bass (most hits) and guitar (pre-bass playing). The Paul Allen crew are some of the greatest technical people in the world, this is a very inter-active museum. You will pick up the earphones of any bass there, and hear yours truly playing the musical lines on each bass (recorded late last year). You're probably hearing about all this already as the publicity gets going. Largest music museum in the world.
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Forgot to mention, it's the legendary jazz sax man Ray Pizzi on sax, and Mitch Holder, famous LA studio guitarist with me on the Jazz Trio concert. Ray Pizzi also is a fellow-teacher at the great Henry Mancini Institute at UCLA, where we both teach.



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