Clarinetty Things, Edmund Welles, and sfSound

October 22, 2010 at 10:29 pm 1 comment

I did see Edmund Welles last weekend and still need to write it up.

But for the moment, take a look at this story from The Bay Citizen: “The Hot New Sound on the Scene? Oh Yes, It Is the Clarinet.”

It’s about clarinet becoming a hip leading instrument in jazz circles. And it comes to us from : Cornelius Boots, Edmund Welles’ founder; Aaron Novik, another Edmund Welleser who’s led many a band himself; Beth Custer and her Clarinet Thing; Ben Goldberg; and Matt Ingalls, a founder of sfSound.

The story also appears on The New York Timessite. Nice press, folks. Congrats!

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Mark Weiss  |  November 12, 2010 at 10:50 am

    Beth told me once that she and Ben had a joke about not doubling on saxophone as saying that are saving the world from ANOTHER saxophone player i.e. that there is a glut.

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