Anchor Community Band member Kenny Clayton discusses his love of music

Anchor Community Band member Kenny Clayton, 76, talks about his love affair with music which began when he started playing the piano at the age of seven.
Kenny, who went on to learn the art of conducting from Jonny Spence when he turned 25, has toured Europe, America, Australia, Hong Kong, Denmark, Canada, Caribbean and the UK 13 times, and in 1983 won the Lanson Champagne awards for best conductor.
Hear what Kenny has to say about the importance and power of song and music.

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Comment by Alan Cummings on April 17, 2013 at 20:32

I so agree Kenny.  I can't play anything at all but love all kinds of music from classical and opera, jazz, R&B, blues, folk, "good" pop etc.  Music enhances happy times, soothes unhappy times, helps me think - and stop thinking.  Thank heaven for talented people who make this possible.

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