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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-06-30

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Glazer's original music, which definitely
mixes rock with the blues style.
oward Glazer frequents blues
The CD came out in April on the
clubs around the city — not as Random Chance Records label, and for
a patron, but rather as a per-
the month of May, the recording placed
former.
19 out of 25 slots on the National
Every Sunday, he's at Billy's Comet in
Living Blues Radio Chart, compiled
Detroit. Every Wednesday, he's at the
from 250 participating stations, most of
Dawg House in Clinton Township.
them in the United States.
Every Thursday, he's at the
"This is the first CD
Old Miami in Detroit.
I've done in my own
In between, there are
name," says Glazer, 45,
other, maybe one-stop,
who works with Charles
places to provide audiences
Stuart on drums and Bob
with his favorite kind of
Godwin on bass and
music. He could simply be
vocals. "I hope we'll be
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as far away as another coun-
cially since making our
try. In the middle of the
mark on - the blues chart. I
month — Saturday, July 16
think of blues as rootsy.
— he'll be performing at
It's a pure art form, and
the Michigan Peace Festival Howard Glazer and the
most American music is
at Willow Ranch in Lacoda. EL 34s are out with a
derived from the blues."
As much as Glazer likes
Glazer came up with
new CD, "Brown Paper
singing and playing the
the
name for his group
Bag."
blues on guitar, he likes
from the power tube for
writing the music. His
guitar amplifiers.
band, Howard Glazer and the EL 34s,
"We're a powerful band," he says.
always is looking for new venues and
The singer-guitarist chose the CD title
recently recorded a CD, Brown Paper
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performance of Mozart's E-Flat double
concerto.
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tradition of performing and recording
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