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Rev. Harris Will Interview Mr. Tyson C.

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The Life and Times Of Mr Tyson C.

Since the 4 grade, Tyson has been playing and experimenting with music. He is known in his area of Greensboro, NC for playing the Alto Saxophone. Even though that is the instrument he is known for, it wasn’t the first instrument he first came into contact with. The up-right piano took that position. While young Tyson was trying to find something to do at his parent’s home, he came across the up-right piano at his parent’s home. While messing around with the piano keys and listening to the different sound, he came across a piano book that his sister used while in college. This is when he first came into contact with things such as sheet music, notes, and letter names for the musical notes. It wasn’t long afterward that he was on his way to doing music for the people around him and eventually the world. Little did he know at the time that years later he would be performing with bands and known artists in the music field.

                 Tyson beginnings as a public performer started in the Hampton Elementary school band. He had a choice of instruments. There was the flute, trumpet, Trombone, Clarinet or Saxophone. Out of just wanting to get an instrument and not really caring, he picked the Saxophone. What he didn’t know at the time was that move would open doors only God would know about. When he first started out playing it, like with anything else it was a challenge. There were times he wanted to give up. His mother told him not to give up. Some things take time”. She was absolutely right about that. Eventually he went from just making noise to making music note by note.

               

                  

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