Saturday January 28, 2006
Peter Sprague
and Fred Benedetti
San Dieguito United Methodist Church
170 Calle Magdalena
Encinitas, CA
$15 ($12 for SD Folk Heritage members)
Directions: I-5 to Encinitas Blvd., go east on Encinitas Blvd., turn right on Calle Magdalena, on right side.
more info:
Peter Sprague — guitar
Fred Benedetti — guitar
7:30 to 10 PM We're doing a show for the SD Folk Heritage people in Encinitas. Fred is one of the best and together we'll span it from Spanish sambas to the Beatles.

Dear Friends, I’m practicing and preparing for a cool hit on this Saturday eve with maestro Benedetti. Together we’ll explore the spectrum of the nylon string guitar touching into the samba, the Beatles, the Phrygian scale, the blues, the electronics of loop heaven, and the intricacies of the electronic guitar tuner. I can’t wait and please join us for a great setting for live music.

Also coming up in the next few weeks are a back to back Unitarian Fellowship west coast concert tour. On February 10 I’ll play a Valentine’s concert with vocalist Amber Whitlock and bassist Bob Magnusson at the Unitarian Fellowship in Solana Beach. On February 11 I’m playing music from my latest recording “Taking It All In” and for that show we’ve got Duncan on drums, Tripp on sax and flute, Bob Magnusson on bass, and myself guitar-ing it. This show will take place at the Unitarian Fellowship in Hillcrest. And check out February 6th at Dizzy’s for a night of Bob Marley music—jazzified featuring Leonard Patton and a cast of some pretty smokin’ musos and singers.

A lot of stuff coming up and I’ll push out the details as soon as I can catch my breath. It’s still been a twisted time waiting on tech support and hunting down rouge cables…

 See ya, Peter

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My most recent recording is called Taking It All In. Click here for more info and to listen to the tracks.
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