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Sunday, February 7, 2010

Seattle Latin Musicians Page

After launching me new Seattle Latin Community page, I launched a Seattle Latin Bands pages. This blog post serves primarily as a place for people to comment on the next page, which will focus on Seattle's Latin Musicians. (You can also e-mail me via my Contact Page - or e-mail me directly, if you know my e-mail address.)

The Musicians page will probably be organized similar to my Bands page. Hopefully, I can get most of my questions answered by simply contacting local Latin bands.

In the meantime, please let me know if you spot any errors, or if you can think of any musicians I should add to my list.

My site lists Latin dance teachers, so why not Latin music teachers?

I feared that might be a little complex. After all, many Latin musicians take classes from "mainstream" teachers, at least in the beginning, right?

Nevertheless, I think it would be a good idea to at least mention SOME Latin music teachers. So I'd like to begin by adding the following information, wherever possible:

1) Who taught each of the band members listed on my site?

2) Which of the band members offer lessons themselves?

If you think you deserve to be listed on my Musicians page (either as a performer or a teacher), then please send me some information regarding your lessons. Hey, played a little guitar, piano and trombone when I was younger, and I've been thinking of taking a few basic Latin percussion lessons myself. :)

Thanks for any tips!

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