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This weeks episode will feature jazz musician, Noel "Fitz" Mason. Fitz started playing the trumpet at the age of (16) sixteen following the inspiration of Miles Davis. In 1984, Fitz won the United States Achievement Academy Award through the DC Public School System and received three (3) college scholarships. He enrolled at University of District of Columbia in Washington, DC upon graduating.
During his college years, Fitz played with a local go-go band called, "Pump Blenders." Shortly thereafter, Fitz joined the Army National Guard Band. Later he joined active duty Army and was deployed to Germany. There he formed a jazz quartet, "Just Cause."
After Returning to the States, Fitz played with a band in DC called, "The Stone Biscuits." In 2002, he formed a music production company called, DC Entertainment, Inc. and managed several artists, including jazz saxophonist Frankie Addison and neo sould singer, Greggo hawkins.
Fitz appeared o the Voice of America radio show called "Hiip -Hop Connection" several times to a worldwide audience. Additionally, he has had the opportunity to collaberate on notable albums over the years, as well as work with Local Access Cable in Charlotte, NC.
Fitz's mucical influences have included Miles Davis, Chuck Mangione and Tom Brown to name a few.
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