YES!!! This is TinyTownTeaser, but first this tidbit (Photo credit: Frankie14850):
Tiny Town, USA – Bassist/Singer/Composer Jordan Murton brought her lovely presence and vocalizations, a big ol' double and some friends to The Carriage House Weds. night, Sept. 24, 2014. Murton, an IC grad had the opportunity to study with Nick Walker, super-bassist at Ithaca College Music School (our adminstrator's alma mater) and also spent a year in Paris, studying bass with Francois Rabbath, the man who revolutionized double bass pedagogy and helped to revitalize the study of the instrument, in turn creating monster teachers like Walker, and exceptional players like Murton.
I studied bass at IC way back in the day: Ff Rabbath's technique and Walker's easy way with instruction were around then, I might have kept up with my studies. I did get the chance to take some lessons with Nick: I feel grateful for those hours, but a return to old thumper wasn't in me. There was a good crowd and Murton demonstrated some fascinating stylings. Look for her debut album "Cascadilla Creek" which she describes as "a product of movement space and time/an homage to homesickness and wanderlust/an experiment with poetry in resonance." You'll understand when you hear her.
–tinytowntimes.com hyper-local report
Now for Adam Perl's lates Tiny Town Teaser
1. Gridiron org.
4. Easy as ___
5. ___ 66
1. “Car Talk” Station
2. In shape
3. Spike in film production?
Degree of Difficulty: Easy as pie.