February 15, 2011 by USA Post
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Several times a week, self-taught musician John Thatcher Boomer and John Morgan hoist their freebie craigslist piano in the back of their Jeep 20-years, and driving the warehouse of the West Oakland brick, where they share rent on an unheated room to play for tips on Market Street and Union Square.
In turn, graduates of 23 years, Cal elbow and sweat on the keys, hair flying and mouths agape, in striking original ragtime, jazz and burlesque tunes until their hands blur and veins pop their temples. After painting the exposed hammers of piano Wurlitzer spruce with hairspray to make an even stronger, they fill the air with a noise back evoking the ghosts of honky-tonk Barbary Coast.
To the chagrin of their parents, they gave up their day job and go for broke in their quest to become a virtuoso piano full time.
Boomer is a former major in mathematics that finds an outlet for his spirit of counting in jazz mad dash to the fingering of Fats Waller. Morgan, a former football player and drummer in a metal band, loves to play, extending his enormous paw right on the heels of a technique that evokes more of a squared, burlesque.
They met in college, where they discovered a mutual love for the piano dormitory. Jam sessions followed, and then to their delight, they learned to play the movie soundtrack Yans Tiersen Amelie. “It was good because it ensured the attention of females in languid holidays fraternity.
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