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60's Psychedelic Rock Frontman Finds Second Life Teaching The Art Of Instrument Making

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Fans of more esoteric pop music, and perhaps of a certain age, may be familiar with the 60's psychedelic rock band Autosalvage. Former guitarist Rick...

Fans of more esoteric pop music, and perhaps of a certain age, may be familiar with the 60's psychedelic rock band Autosalvage.  Former guitarist Rick Turner is a small piece of rock history, and an alumnus of Moses Brown School in Providence.  In addition he's a master guitar maker.

Turner has returned to his alma mater, to teach a course in ukulele making.  Rhode Island Public Radio's weekend host, Chuck Hinman sat down with Turner to talk about his music, life after the band, and returning to teach at his old school.

 

 

 

 

60's Psychedelic Rock Frontman Finds Second Life Teaching The Art Of Instrument Making
60's Psychedelic Rock Frontman Finds Second Life Teaching The Art Of Instrument Making