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Primary Instrument: Trumpet

Born: April 26, 1950    

Ken began playing trumpet in 1959, and played in the Northside Highlander Concert band from 1960-1963. After completing four years of private training, he played 1st chair trumpet in his high school concert band from 1963-1968. Immediately after that he worked as conductor and lead trumpet player for the Six Flags Over Georgia orchestra from 1968-1971. His natural musical interests brought him to playing guitar, electric bass, and keyboards, and he began working in nightclub bands, in which he played full-time from 1971-1980.

1981 he formed a partnership with an electronics technician, and moved into the professional studio business. Performance venues changed from clubs to private parties and concerts. He continues to develop his studio and has recorded over 1000 albums....
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Featured recording “solid state”

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solid state

(2004)

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Primary Instrument:Trumpet

Location:Atlanta, GA

Willing to teach:Advanced students only.

Credentials/Background:

I teach from my recording studio in Atlanta (www.800east.com). I teach trumpet, guitar, electric bass, keyboards, theory and music production including arranging and composition. For hours and rates please contact me at: 404-688-9388 or ken_800east@hotmail.com
Benge and Martin Trumpets; King 3B Valve Trombones; Guild, Fender, Epiphone, Takamine, Taylor Guitars; Roland, Gallien Kuger, Peavey, Marshall, Dean Markeley guitar and bass Amps: Extensive Recording Studio equipment - Apple Macintosh Computers, AMR 1600 Mixing board, API Preamps, Neumann Microphones, etc.
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