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Austin Music Foundation Presents Graham Reynolds Interview with Alex Coke

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Austin Music Foundation presents
Graham Reynolds Interview with Alex Coke




Jazz listeners know, a gig where Alex Coke is playing is a great place to be. The audience finds the multi instrumental musician, composer and producer in many places, with a style all his own.
This month, Club DeVille hosts The Austin Music Foundation's Small Group Session,
Graham Reynolds Interview with Alex Coke.

Join AMF as they host one of Austin's most admired and prolific musicians being interviewed by one of Austin's favorite composers! Woodwind master Alex Coke's career has included over 25 years creating music with Tina Marsh and the Creative Opportunity Orchestra, 10 years spent living in Amsterdam and touring internationally, performances with Austin heavyweights like Alejandro Escovedo, dozens of recordings with dozens of bands, many local awards and a position on the wage/scale committee of the Austin Federation of Musicians. Golden Arm Trio frontman and composer extraordinaire Graham Reynolds will conduct an interview discussing Mr. Coke's long career, his musical studies from his days at St, Stephen's High School in Austin to his private studies around the world and his thoughts on making a living as a working musician in Austin.

When: February 19th, 2009 Where: Club DeVille 900 Red River Street Austin, Tx (512)457-0900 Time: 7pm-8:30

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