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Posted on 17 Jun 2011

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Posted on 17 Jun 2011

Musicians For Miracles

This Sunday, June 19th at the Downstream Casino Pavilion and Musicians For Miracles present a Benefit/Tornado Relief Concert for our local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Come enjoy a great day of love and music as we help to raise some much need funds to help CMNH. Raffles all day long, an auction for some great merchandise and collectors items... Read More »
Posted on 16 Jun 2011

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Posted on 16 Jun 2011

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Posted on 09 Jun 2011

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Posted on 08 Jun 2011

Artist Spotlight- Jermaine Morgan

Jermaine Morgan came from a very musical family.  Both of his parents play instruments, his mother plays piano and bass and his father plays guitar.  Jermaine remembers his older brother being the most influential in him playing, simply because of the fact that he was his older brother. Everything his brother wanted to do for the most part Jermaine... Read More »
Posted on 08 Jun 2011

Artist Spotlight- Sarit Black

Having been around music all my life, I started out playing violin at a young age and went from playing in the string section at school and local orchestras, to playing drums and percussion in orchestras and an all girl punk rock band when I was 13. But with that style of music not holding my attention, I ditched... Read More »
Posted on 04 Jun 2011

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Posted on 02 Jun 2011

BPU Exclusive Lesson- Stewart McKinsey PT 1

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Posted on 02 Jun 2011

Artist Spotlight- Stewart McKinsey

BPU: When did you get your first bass and can you tell us about it? SM: I got my first bass when I was 15. It was a cream colored short scale Squier Bullet and I loved it! Not easy to play and not a great tone machine (at least in my hands), but it was something that was... Read More »