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Paul Sequence Ferguson

At the age of twelve, Paul “ SEQUENCE “ Ferguson picked up his guitar and taught himself to play by attentively listening and adroitly emulating the musical mastery of such greats as Al Di Meola, Carlos Santana, George Benson and Wes Montgomery. With the technical knowledge that enabled Paul, to advance to the position of president of a computer software/web publishing company, and the discipline and determination he acquired as a black belt in Shotokan Karate under the tutelage of Mr. Errol Bennett, Paul explored the principles of the keyboard and subsequently developed the techniques, melodies and rhythms that produce the unique sound of SEQUENCE. Using a keyboard, midi-guitar, synthesizers and an analog guitar, Paul creates digital orchestrations that reveal the genuine soul of his musical compositions. His many accomplishments to date include producing music for the Harris Corporation’s DTV (digital high definition) television, the development and implementation of entertainment programs while in the Armed Forces, a tour of Germany with his six piece band FFB, performances for the United Nations League of Women, and the production of music for TV commercials that have been aired on all major networks in the United States and throughout the Caribbean. In 1998 Paul produced music for ALIX Toys, an interactive CD-ROM Catalog. He has also played lead guitar for the Platters, and has opened for such great acts as Ray Goodman and Brown, Blue Magic, Roy Ayers, Onaje Allen Gumbs, Najee, and Manhat tan Transfer

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The P.F.F. Music Company Inc.
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