Norlander performs Dreamcurrents on the rare Moog Apollo synthesizer and aMinimoog Voyager, at Isis Music Hall in Asheville, NC on May 8, 2014. He’s joined by Mark Matthews (b), Nick LePar (d) and Jeff Kollman (g) as part of the event, “A Tribute to Dr. Bob,” a fundraiser for Dr. Bob’s SoundSchool and The Bob Moog Foundation.
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