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THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT AT JAX FL AIRPORT.

NEW MUSIC AND CONTENT  TO BE  POSTED IN 2024

EMAIL: tronicvision@mail.com

 

 


Randell Briggs

 

 

I taught myself music theory while serving aboard The Nuclear Submarine SSBN 636. There was no piano onboard, so I drew the keys on a piece of cardboard. I would sing a song, but instead of the lyrics, I would sing the notes, then plot their positions on the cardboard, and build the chord structures in my head. After a while, I started to understand note relationships and their postions in the scales and chords in all 12 keys. After my tour of duty, I traveled America for about ten years working with bands and singers with different music styles, then I moved to California.While there, I was introduced to synthesizers which engaged my composition interest. Now,with music theory knowledge, I could explore music styles at will. The kicker came when I moved here to Jacksonville,Fl. A friend of mine told me about live music performance's at The Jacksonville International Airport, so I came down and signed up. This Airport turned out to be the greatest music performance gig I ever had. I was able to explore much of my music performance ambitions in a one-stop-shop JAX situation if you will. And, thanks to all the people here at The Jax International Airport Volunteer Music Program, I've been here for nine years.

EMAIL:  tronicvision@ mail.com

 

 


 


 


 

 

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