When Seattle jazz greats Quincy Jones and Buddy Catlett were coming up in the 1940s, they both studied with a legendary teacher named Frank Waldron, who had a studio at South Jackson Street and 12th Avenue South.More
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“I’m often asked, ‘what can we expect to hear if we show up at an Orchestra of Crafty Guitarists performance?’” says Bill Rieflin, on a break from rehearsing with Robert Fripp’s ensemble of acoustic guitarists — 60 of them — appearing at Washington Hall Sunday.
“And my answer is always, ‘Well, I kind of have no idea.’”More