[JPL] Clayton Bros in concert on Jazz NW

Bob Stockton drbob456 at hotmail.com
Sat Nov 5 15:03:42 EST 2005

Anyone know how old Gerald is? The remark in the liner notes about "keeps 
his room clean" leads me to believe he's a teen - and a MONSTER  player.

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