Hi Friends, coming to you with a nose full of saltwater. The waves are up, the sun is out, Southern California is doing the “would you want to be anywhere else?” thing…

For this week I’m working on the tunes that Fred Benedetti and I spin on and we’re prepping for a show in L.A. on Friday. Last week we dug into some falafel jazz and had the best time at Encinita’s Roxy Restaurant. We’re continuing the revolution and heading up the coast and if you know anyone that might want to hear our music, pass along the good news. The details are below…

Also this week my main jazz collaborator Leonard is celebrating his achievement of a Bachelor’s degree in music from Cal State San Marcos. Bravo jazzman! He’s put together a stellar band and has a great venue and we’re locking and loading on Sunday evening. It’s a senior recital/concert and it’s going to be good. Check below for details…

That’s it for now and once again, hanging ten…


Friday April 27, 2007   Peter Sprague and
Fred Benedetti
LA Valley College
Music Recital Hall
more details
Peter Sprague — guitar
Fred Benedetti — guitar
  8 PM   Driving for some good notes.

Sunday April 29, 2007   Leonard Patton Group  
Community Bible Church
9919 Carroll Center Rd.
San Diego, 92126
Leonard Patton — vocals
Peter Sprague — guitar
Duncan Moore — drums
Gunnar Biggs — bass
Tripp Sprague — sax and flute
and other guests
  7 PM   Here is a concert that Leonard is setting up to celebrate his completion of his Bachelor's degree in music. He's written some nice tunes and he has some cool guest planning on coming to hang.

Saturday May 5, 2007   Peter Sprague Trio
Vista Village Art Gallery
127 Main Street
Vista, CA
Peter Sprague — guitar
Holly Hofman — flute
Bob Magnusson — bass
  6 to 10 PM   We're playing music at an art gallery for the opening of a Thelma Speed Houston exhibit. Sounds fun...


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