USAF Airmen Of Note

Spratt, Skip
September 2016
Saxophone Today;Sep/Oct2016, p72
An interview is presented with U.S. Armed Forces (USAF) Airmen of Note big band jazz members Tyler Kuebler, Lucas A. Brandon, Mike Cemprola and Dave Palamar. Topics discussed include their reason for seeking out a career as a military musician, the opportunities they had as a result of joining the military band, and the degree of physical demand of their basic training and regimented lifestyle prior to enlisting in the military.


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