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Podcast #01; Modern “Paganini”, how it happened, Steve Vai, Rhonda Vincent, Merle Haggard, & JS Bach

Alex DePue | March 16, 2021

Podcast #01; Modern “Paganini”, how it happened, Steve Vai, Rhonda Vincent, Merle Haggard, & JS Bach

(90 mins)
HEY! …gettin’ ready to go LIVE here at @OVNI Studios to introduce a brand new video of the Bach Partita #3, in its entirety, along with some question/answer kinda deal, starting as soon as we can assemble those necessary pieces for sending along audio and video, using the tools provided for such a thing… a “broadcast”, if you will?
And it is with the help of she, who is behind these scenes here at The Fiddler LLC, Miss Aria Noelle Curzon, as to how we’re able to do this at all! Tune in! About one hour from now, I’m aaaaall yours. SO much news to communicate!
Video is Self-explanatory. (Self? What the !@#$*&^%?)
… coming to you LIVE this evening on March 11th, 2021.)

 

 

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