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Chris Volak and Stanley “Flesh n Bone” Howse on Late Night

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On Wednesday November 2, 2011, 8pm-11pm/PST we are happy to have two great guests. We start off the night with guitarist Chris Volak. After Chris, musician and famed rapper Stanley “Flesh n Bone” Howse of Bone Thugs n Harmony joins us. After our guests we’ll be taking on all topics, and of course our regular Brewskis, sports, and any other news of the day segments. Tune in at Swoopsworld.com.

Chris specializes in fingerstyle classical guitar. His live performances feature classical and Latin guitar repertoire, arrangements of popular songs and standards, and his own classical, Latin, and folk-influenced compositions.

Chris comes from a musical family and began classical-guitar lessons when he was just six years old. He studied classical guitar with Loris Chobanian at Baldwin Wallace College in Cleveland, where he was a member of the Baldwin Wallace Guitar Trio. He continued his classical-guitar studies with Bruce Holzman at the Florida State University College of Music.

As dominator of his own category, the Cleveland, Ohio hip-hop veteran is an undisputed originator. Making his worldwide debut in 1993, Flesh n Bone is best known as one of the five members of top-selling rap group, Bone Thugs n Harmony. Proving true to his enterprising attitude, the ambitiously driven Howse channeled his tough upbringing to fuel a seemingly impossible yet unstoppable mission to propel the Grammy Award winning group into fame and fortune by working at KFC and hustling part-time in order to purchase one-way bus tickets from Cleveland for all members of the group to make it to Los Angeles and prove their talents to their favorite rapper, Eazy E. After Flesh making that move, the rest was history.
 

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