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Paul Vogler

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Paul Vogler brings a taste of the Caribean to Atlanta with Steel Drum Performances! In the 1990s the islands called to Paul and he began playing steel pan, appearing on the bill with such greats as Ziggy Marley.
About: Paul Vogler began in 1967 as drummer in Jynx. In 1970s Paul backed up magician Steven Calder & played parties & coffee houses in Washington, DC. In 1977 Paul joined Possum Trot, an eclectic/electric bluegrass band. Possum Trot played Burt Reynolds club & cast parties for both Kristy McNichol & Jody Foster. They also played on the sets of Don Knox & Tim Conwayfs 1979 movie: The Prize Fighter & and at the famed Alex Cooleyfs: Electric Ballroom. Possum Trot were regulars on River Street in Savannah, GA. Possum Trot opened/appeared with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Elvin Bishop & others. In the 1980s, Paul played New Wave venues, including Athens GAfs 40 watt Club & a host of colleges and clubs throughout the Southeast. Returning to college Paul began playing jazz. As a jazz musician, Paul Vogler has appeared on the bill with Thelonius Monk Jr., Dr. Billy Taylor & The New York Voices. Paul Vogler was pecussionist band gRadio Kingsh, catering to swing dance craze of the time. Paul assisted in the creation of The Bessie Bush, a mobile jazz and blues education program, winner of the 1997 Dorothy Mullen National Arts Award. He also helped produce gWhen the Spirit Movesh, a traveling exhibit of the National Afro-American Museum, exhibited in the United States (including the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC) and traveling internationally through the US State Department. gOur Minds Are On Georgiah a grant-funded program incorporating writing blues lyrics and producing a CD; designed to meet 3rd grade curriculum requirements for the Georgia unit of study was co-created by Paul. Paul continued composing, arranging and producing music and video for museums, educational programs and institutions including: Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Tennessee Aquarium, S.T.A.R.S. (Students Taking A Right Stand), Hamilton Beech Corporation and Americus Records. He also expanded into exhibit development and consulting for museums including: Atlanta Childrenfs Museum, Atlanta History Center, Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Miami Childrenfs Museum, Five Points Museum, Denver, CO and Creative Discovery Museum, Chattanooga, TN.
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Paul Vogler began in 1967 as drummer in Jynx. In 1970s Paul backed up magician Steven Calder & played parties & coffee houses in Washington, DC. In 1977 Paul joined Possum Trot, an eclectic/electric bluegrass band. Possum Trot played Burt Reynolds club & cast parties for both Kristy McNichol & Jody Foster. They also played on the sets of Don Knox & Tim Conwayfs 1979 movie: The Prize Fighter & and at the famed Alex Cooleyfs: Electric Ballroom. Possum Trot were regulars on River Street in Savannah, GA. Possum Trot opened/appeared with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Elvin Bishop & others. In the 1980s, Paul played New Wave venues, including Athens GAfs 40 watt Club & a host of colleges and clubs throughout the Southeast. Returning to college Paul began playing jazz. As a jazz musician, Paul Vogler has appeared on the bill with Thelonius Monk Jr., Dr. Billy Taylor & The New York Voices. Paul Vogler was pecussionist band gRadio Kingsh, catering to swing dance craze of the time. Paul assisted in the creation of The Bessie Bush, a mobile jazz and blues education program, winner of the 1997 Dorothy Mullen National Arts Award. He also helped produce gWhen the Spirit Movesh, a traveling exhibit of the National Afro-American Museum, exhibited in the United States (including the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC) and traveling internationally through the US State Department. gOur Minds Are On Georgiah a grant-funded program incorporating writing blues lyrics and producing a CD; designed to meet 3rd grade curriculum requirements for the Georgia unit of study was co-created by Paul. Paul continued composing, arranging and producing music and video for museums, educational programs and institutions including: Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Tennessee Aquarium, S.T.A.R.S. (Students Taking A Right Stand), Hamilton Beech Corporation and Americus Records. He also expanded into exhibit development and consulting for museums including: Atlanta Childrenfs Museum, Atlanta History Center, Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Miami Childrenfs Museum, Five Points Museum, Denver, CO and Creative Discovery Museum, Chattanooga, TN..
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Paul Vogler brings a taste of the Caribean to Atlanta with Steel Drum Performances! In the 1990s the islands called to Paul and he began playing steel pan, appearing on the bill with such greats as Ziggy Marley.
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