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Guitarist Roger Hudson to perform Nov. 4

November 4, 2003


Roger Hudson made the move to Nashville in 1997 after performing for famed instrumentalist Chet Atkins at a private dinner. Since then, he has performed for many other celebrities and accompanied Elton John and LeeAnn Rimes in studio sessions.

He will perform at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the music/mass communication building concert theatre. His performance is sponsored by Austin Peays department of music.
November 4, 2003


Roger Hudson made the move to Nashville in 1997 after performing for famed instrumentalist Chet Atkins at a private dinner. Since then, he has performed for many other celebrities and accompanied Elton John and LeeAnn Rimes in studio sessions.

He will perform at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the music/mass communication building concert theatre. His performance is sponsored by Austin Peay's department of music.

Hudson, who prefers the classical guitar, has penned more than 50 works for guitar, as well as compositions and arrangements for string and brass quartets. He recently released a collection of 12 original compositions and two arrangements on Mel Bay Publications' “The Guitar Collection of Roger Hudson.”

The concert is free and open to the public. For further information, telephone 221-7818.
—Terry Stringer