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Calling All Horn Players!!

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Josh Ritter is gearing up for a big summer tour with a rotating cast of openers. He'll be in Salt Lake City July 22 at the Urban Lounge with Langhorne Slim. Right now, he's looking for a few good horn players to step forward and contact him to join the band onstage for several songs.

REQUIREMENTS:

1. Must read music!

2. Must have a Myspace/Youtube/Website link to you playing your instrument.

3. Brass, saxes preferred...but we'd be down with violin, accordion, flute.

4. No singers - unless you are a legitimate opera singer.

5. Must be available for soundcheck on day of show

If you're interested, please send an email to Doug at playwithjosh@gmail.com. Subject should be "HORNS FOR _______(concert city)". Include your instrument played, credentials, links to see and hear you play - plus your full name and phone number. If you're what they're looking for, they'll be in touch with a schedule for the day, as well as the music to learn. On the day of the show, you'll arrive early to play during soundcheck, and for the show...