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January 11, 2014


Bruce Dickinson

Nice to see yet another musician in our midst! You'd be surprised how deep the creative talent pool goes in Burlingame...just ask you know who! ;-)


BD, I just bought a front-row ticket for the Thursday night production. I'll give you a ride if you like!


My daughter just saw him in S.F., said it was pretty interesting music.


Here's a bit more information from the Playbill. Bates's first piece they recorded was called The B-sides and the third will be Alternative Energy.

Liquid Interface started with a recording of an piece of a glacier calving off of the main ice. It was something to hear in Davies hall.

He also performs in less auspicious venues as DJ Masonic, so perhaps we will see him in the Vinyl Room spinning for the hometown crowd!

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