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Randell Briggs

Jacksonville, Fl. International  Airport  DECEMBER 2022 performance schedule.

Friday Dec 2nd  Evening

Saturday Dec 3rd Evening

Sunday Dec 4th Evening

Friday Dec 9th Evening

Saturday Dec 10th Evening

Sunday Dec 11th Evening

Friday Dec 16th Evening

Saturday Dec 17th Evening

Sunday Dec 18th Evening

Friday Dec 23rd Evening

Saturday Dec 24th Evening

Sunday Dec 25th Evening 

Friday Dec 30th Evening

Saturday Dec 31st Evening

Sunday January 1st New Years Day Evening

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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 eight years.

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