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Here's what's in it for you this month:

- A new rockin' sax artist
- Feature in Sax On The Web
- Upcoming TV feature
- Music downloading site
- Your Feedback

New Rockin' Sax CD From Holland

I recieved a really good rockin' sax cd (rare these days) from Holland of all places.

The band is called Blood Sweat & Kiers so you know they have a sense of houmor! Its led by saxophonist Wouter Kiers who used to be half of the famous tenor sax team from Holland Kiers & De Vries. These guys played sax together for many years and are now leading their own groups.
Listen at;
Hot Sax Trax Radio


Sax On The Web

The big internet site Sax On The Web has just done a fantastic feature on a rock & roll saxophonist (who could it be?) Special thanks to Neil Sharpe! Check it out!
Sax On The Web

Johnny & group to be featured on upcoming TV Program

MOSAICO TV MAGAZINE In Vancouver on Channel M (channel 8 or 20)
Dates:
Wed. Jan. 24 @ 2 PM
Sat. 12 noon & 7:30 PM
Sun. 11:30 AM

The show celebrates the culture and people from various communities rooted in the Portuguese language:

Angola, Azores Islands, Brazil, Cape Verde, East-Timor, Goa, Guinea-Bissau, Macau, Madeira Island, Mozambique, Portugal, S Tome & Principe, and the Portuguese-speaking communities in Canada.

Showcases individuals, community organizations and events, the arts and artists, landscape, touristic features, clips of films, music and documentaries.

Music Downloads

Downloading any music yet? Well there's a site which has been around since before iTunes and has lots of music to choose from.

They'll give you a bunch of free downloads to try it out.

If you want to check it out It's called eMusic and there's a link to it on the bottom of my homepage
Got an email today saying there is only a day left for the free downloads, so if this interests you do it today.
JohnnyFerreira.com

Have fun!

ciao for now

JF

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