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Keith Wyatt first got into music at an early age and found his love for playing blues after hearing Albert King’s “The Sky Is Crying” when he was a teenager. He then set out to learn everything he could about blues, and soon it became his main focus on guitar. After graduating from the Guitar Institute of Technology (GIT) in Hollywood, California, Wyatt joined the faculty - serving as Director of the Guitar program in what became the Musicians Institute, where he was named Vice President of Programs. He is the current guitarist for The Blasters, and former sideman to Albert Collins, Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce and Robben Ford.

I'm going to share here my tips and techniques for developing design drawing and communication skills. I am going to start with some very basic exercises and work through to more advanced stuff but I'll be honest, there are no short cuts, no quick tricks and no fast tracks, there's only practice, practice, practice.

This October 14, 2017, Theatre at Coffee Creek had its first time public showing of its theater work. The well attended play, THE AUDITION, was a self-produced performance centering around the actors’ experience and stories from their time while on the inside. Take a look at the production captured by photographer, Anke Schuettler.

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