Ohio: Chapter Two

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Tom entered the engineering booth to an intoxicating sound of jazzy blues. Matt was exceptional at mixing styles and making them sound amazing. It was why he was the go-to musician. Tom smiled.

Legends like John Kay, Robby Krieger, Michael Monarch, Michael Allsup, Duane Allman, Eric Clapton, and Jorma Kaukonen, among others, had taught Matt guitar. In doing so, they had created one of the best. He’d learned blues from B.B. King, John Lee Hooker, and many other greats as well. Jazz was just something he picked up on easily. The mix made him one of the most versatile.

And the bassists for most bands had also taken time to teach Matt their instrument. As had the drummers. Over time, he had learned that his voice meshed well with any style and had lent his vocals to the background of many of the albums and songs he had been privileged…

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