From The Seattle Times:
When Paul Rucker calls himself a cellist, bassist, composer, band leader and visual artist who plays pop, rock, jazz and classical music, he’s not padding his résumé. He’s just being honest.
In July, this brilliant polymath added yet another tag to his name: community arts liaison for the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs.
“It’s been an interesting year,” reflects the 39-year-old musician in a mellow, measured voice reminiscent of his primary instrument, the cello. “The weird thing is that I’m playing more than I’ve ever played in my life.”
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