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September 08, 2008

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Tom Marcello

Thanks for the interesting interview. It was a pleasure to read.

Best,

Tom Marcello
Manager / Joe Locke
www.joelocke.com

ronan guilfoyle

Great interview - I had the pleasure and honour of working with Benny a few years ago, and he really is a gentleman as well as being a piece of living jazz history

bob

Benny and my dad Elmon Wright were tight buddies in the Earl Bostic's band. He did a residency at Yoshi's in Oakland a couple of years ago, treated me like a king, master tenor saxophonist, writer, arranger, actor, and story teller

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