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Denver man will perform at Ware Center
Free music and art exhibitions will be open to the public Friday, Aug. 1 at the Ware Center, 42 N. Prince St., as part of Lancaster’s First Friday. All are invited to drop in between 6 and 8 p.m. to enjoy the exciting acoustic guitar music of Alex Brubaker and see artwork by local artists Bruce Fry, Richard Huck and Jeremy Waak, as well as meet the
Denver resident, Alex Brubaker, is quickly gaining a reputation as an exciting, young musician who has placed himself at the forefront of musical experimentation. As a teenager in garage bands, his music leaned toward rock and heavy metal. After four years of music lessons Brubaker began focusing on developing his own style, based on the percussive fingerstyle genre.
Today, his “post-percussive fingerstyle” combines guitar-body percussion, alternate tunings, two-handed tapping, lap tapping, live looping, multiple guitars, and everything else he can think of that enables the guitar to be used in new and exciting ways. He released his debut album, “Deconstructing the Temporal Lobe” on Sept. 11, 2009.
For more information, contact Laura Kendall at 872-3265.