2014 has been our busiest year yet and with having to deal with what seems like a never-ending winter we, like so many, certainly trooped through “old man winter” and his brothers. With us fortunately seeing more lectures this year I’ve got 100s of pics which will have me breaking down the recap into three parts.
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University of Wyoming is up next and we’ll have the very fortunate pleasure of spending two days on their campus with programming that will consist of a panel discussion and live concert (SHAOLIN JAZZ L!VE), which will include Sound of the City backing 2-Tone on Wednesday November 7th and another edition of our COLOR of SOUND art exhibition, which, in addition to our work, will include work from various UYWO students.
Thanks to the Wyoming Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, Michael Lange, Kayla Luneman, and Ashley Rama Dallum for coordinating the events.
As I mentioned before, 2-Tone and I will be visiting a variety of colleges and universities where we’ll be giving talks about SHAOLIN JAZZ as well as discussing the parallels and similarities between both Jazz culture and Hip-Hop culture and University of Virginia will be first.
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