SHAOLIN JAZZ / Recap / West Virginia State University

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Our two days of programming at West Virginia State University (an HBCU and our first college/university engagement of 2017) turned out to be one of our best experiences at a college or university, to date.  The town has crazy hidden cultural gems and the school has this chill familial vibe.

For all recap pics and to learn more click here

Lots of moving parts on this trip, as we were asked to conduct Where does Hip-Hop meet Jazz? – our multimedia presentation, CAN I KICK IT?, and SHAOLIN JAZZ L!VE.

From the students to the faculty, to Bob Thompson and his band (who performed with 2-Tone for SHAOLIN JAZZ L!VE) all were incredibly supportive and engaged, which, in-turn, further fuels our enjoyment in conducting our programming.

Thank you to Richard Wolfe for bringing us out, salute to Micah and the production staff for their efforts in making each engagement seamless, props to Bob Thompson and his band for collaborating with us (Bob created actual sheet music, seen below, for our SHAOLIN JAZZ tracks) and thank you to all of the students who attended.

To learn about our programming click here and check out the full recap below:

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My name is Gerald Watson and I do lifestyle marketing for various companies/agencies. The purpose of this blog is to highlight the people I work with, the work I do as well as the shit I see on the regular.

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