Abernathie, Kyle 2002-04-03

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Interviewee Name: Kyle Abernathie

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Date: April 03, 2002

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Charity Huddleston

Length: 00:37:56


Background, Initial piano lessons, Self training, Celebrities, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Clubs/Places he played at and is playing, Favorites, Description of Fat Dogs club, Performing outside of Lubbock, Bands he played for, Contests, Won University Interscholastic League (UIL), Participated at all state, all regional band, Education at Southwest Texas State, Dropped out, Playing Jazz, Not very good at it, Different from playing Pop, Wishes to get better at it, Playing a lot of cover songs, Early 90’s published 2 CD’s, Trying to publish his songs, Single published on Hit the hay was well received, History of music at Lubbock, Lots of musicians, Good ones are based out at Lubbock, Recent times - John Sprout, Musical concerts he went to, Not many people went to concerts, Aerosmith, AC/DC, Elvis Costello, Favorite Jazz Musicians, Mid 50’s-60 bebop music, Lee Morgan, Different instruments he has played

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