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March 21, 2013
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding an electric guitar that was stolen during a burglary that occurred in the Clear Spring area on Dec. 31. A guitar matching the stolen black Fender Squier Strat was sold to Washington Street Pawn Brokers and the shop sold the guitar to an unknown individual on Jan. 11, according to the sheriff's department. The sheriff's department would like to talk to the person who bought the guitar to determine if it is the instrument that was stolen in the burglary, the sheriff's office said.
NEWS
January 20, 2009
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - A Cumberland Valley School of Music faculty member will begin teaching private guitar lessons at Fairview Avenue Brethren in Christ Church on Wednesdays. Registration is under way for the spring semester of music lessons, which begin Jan. 26, according to a news release. Faculty member Eric Fisak has a bachelor's degree in music and plays electric guitar with the Shackeltons. Also teaching private music lessons at the church are Pamela Wert on piano and David Shearer for piano and voice.
NEWS
BY JOHN MURPHY/SPECIAL TO PULSE | March 17, 2009
I was born into a family where my mother's side was gifted in music. Naturally, I began to like music, but it was only through the past few years that I have grown to love music and form my beliefs on music. I believe that God put music on this earth as a way to praise him and bring honor to him, but I also believe music is used in other ways besides giving glory to God. Music, to me, is more than just something to listen to or do in your spare time. Music is a part of me. I believe God wants me to do something in music.
NEWS
November 1, 1998
By KERRY LYNN FRALEY / Staff Writer photo: RICHARD T. MEAGHER / staff photographer The sheer number of guitars at the Hub City Guitar Show impressed Hagerstown resident Robert Craig. "I've never seen so many guitars in one place," said Craig, 29, who came to the show Saturday looking for an electric guitar similar in sound and feel to the vintage guitar he already owns. Walking around the Venice Inn ballroom, he said he saw some things he'd never seen before in person, like a steel-body guitar, circa 1928.
NEWS
By FEDORA COPLEY / Pulse Correspondent | September 23, 2008
All great bands start out as amateurs. But you can find some really talented musicians in low-key, local bands. The only problem is finding them. The Washington County Free Library is hosting the Teen Band Fest from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, as an effort to give young musicians from the area a chance to shine and become known to the public. In addition to the bands, there will be a bracelet-making workshop, temporary tattoos and refreshments for purchase. One band that will perform is called Exit One. The members, who are all in their late teens/early 20s, include Rhett Troxell, lead vocalist and who mainly plays electric guitar, Jayme Salviati on acoustic guitar and vocals, Phillip Jordan on electric guitar, Darren Lehman, on bass, and Rodney Lehman on drums.
NEWS
February 13, 2013
Jewelry, coins, cash, electronics and guns have been stolen in a series of daytime burglaries that have occurred since December, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office, which is investigating the burglaries with the Morgan County, W.Va., Sheriff's Department. Morgan County officials have obtained a warrant for a Hagerstown man in connection with a burglary that occurred in Morgan County on Jan. 18, according to a news release. The man is currently being held in the Washington County Detention Center on unrelated charges, the release said.
NEWS
by AL WUNDERLICH | March 20, 2007
"You play electric guitar? Cool. " But how does it sound? Someone getting into the world of electric instruments will soon discover that there's more to the music than the instrument itself. Amps, effect pedals and more await you and your wallet. This first thing you need when getting into electric guitar is an amplifier, or amp. An amp is a powered speaker that plugs in to an instrument through a cord, which amplifies the instrument. The variety of amps is huge.
NEWS
By ERICA SYVERSON / Pulse Correspondent | April 8, 2008
Late last August, a group of guys from the general Williamsport area joined together to make some music. Jeans-and-T-shirt-clad high schoolers Justin Parks, Dylan Deneen, Josh Appenzellar, and Garret Cook eventually came to be the "straight up rock 'n' roll" band known as Fuze. In the basement of Fairplay home of one of the band members, the band recently let Pulse writers sit in on one of their practices and pop a few questions to see what kind of sparks fly when someone lights this Fuze.
NEWS
by MATTHEW UMSTEAD | August 10, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. - A Martinsburg boy died on his 16th birthday early Wednesday when the car in which he was riding struck a tree along Welltown Road in Berkeley County, police said. Brian Allen McClurg was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, which was reported to emergency dispatchers at 1:11 a.m., according to the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department. Two men in the car were flown to Fairfax Inova Hospital in Falls Church, Va., police said. Another man was flown to Winchester (Va.)
LIFESTYLE
By CHRIS COPLEY | chrisc@herald-mail.com | September 16, 2011
Ron Kyne is a quiet guy. He works evenings as custodian for Frederick County (Md.) Public Schools. He's a family man, spending time with his wife, Mary, and daughter Brittany, 15. But set Kyne at a steel guitar, and he finds his voice. "The steel guitar was made for him," Mary Kyne said. "When he sits down behind it, he plays with such passion. " Kyne, 37, of Falling Waters, W.Va., keeps a busy schedule as a freelance steel guitarist. He sits in with local and regional bands during concerts.
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NEWS
March 21, 2013
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding an electric guitar that was stolen during a burglary that occurred in the Clear Spring area on Dec. 31. A guitar matching the stolen black Fender Squier Strat was sold to Washington Street Pawn Brokers and the shop sold the guitar to an unknown individual on Jan. 11, according to the sheriff's department. The sheriff's department would like to talk to the person who bought the guitar to determine if it is the instrument that was stolen in the burglary, the sheriff's office said.
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NEWS
February 13, 2013
Jewelry, coins, cash, electronics and guns have been stolen in a series of daytime burglaries that have occurred since December, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office, which is investigating the burglaries with the Morgan County, W.Va., Sheriff's Department. Morgan County officials have obtained a warrant for a Hagerstown man in connection with a burglary that occurred in Morgan County on Jan. 18, according to a news release. The man is currently being held in the Washington County Detention Center on unrelated charges, the release said.
LIFESTYLE
By CHRIS COPLEY | chrisc@herald-mail.com | September 16, 2011
Ron Kyne is a quiet guy. He works evenings as custodian for Frederick County (Md.) Public Schools. He's a family man, spending time with his wife, Mary, and daughter Brittany, 15. But set Kyne at a steel guitar, and he finds his voice. "The steel guitar was made for him," Mary Kyne said. "When he sits down behind it, he plays with such passion. " Kyne, 37, of Falling Waters, W.Va., keeps a busy schedule as a freelance steel guitarist. He sits in with local and regional bands during concerts.
NEWS
BY JOHN MURPHY/SPECIAL TO PULSE | March 17, 2009
I was born into a family where my mother's side was gifted in music. Naturally, I began to like music, but it was only through the past few years that I have grown to love music and form my beliefs on music. I believe that God put music on this earth as a way to praise him and bring honor to him, but I also believe music is used in other ways besides giving glory to God. Music, to me, is more than just something to listen to or do in your spare time. Music is a part of me. I believe God wants me to do something in music.
NEWS
January 20, 2009
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - A Cumberland Valley School of Music faculty member will begin teaching private guitar lessons at Fairview Avenue Brethren in Christ Church on Wednesdays. Registration is under way for the spring semester of music lessons, which begin Jan. 26, according to a news release. Faculty member Eric Fisak has a bachelor's degree in music and plays electric guitar with the Shackeltons. Also teaching private music lessons at the church are Pamela Wert on piano and David Shearer for piano and voice.
NEWS
By FEDORA COPLEY / Pulse Correspondent | September 23, 2008
All great bands start out as amateurs. But you can find some really talented musicians in low-key, local bands. The only problem is finding them. The Washington County Free Library is hosting the Teen Band Fest from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, as an effort to give young musicians from the area a chance to shine and become known to the public. In addition to the bands, there will be a bracelet-making workshop, temporary tattoos and refreshments for purchase. One band that will perform is called Exit One. The members, who are all in their late teens/early 20s, include Rhett Troxell, lead vocalist and who mainly plays electric guitar, Jayme Salviati on acoustic guitar and vocals, Phillip Jordan on electric guitar, Darren Lehman, on bass, and Rodney Lehman on drums.
NEWS
By ERICA SYVERSON / Pulse Correspondent | April 8, 2008
Late last August, a group of guys from the general Williamsport area joined together to make some music. Jeans-and-T-shirt-clad high schoolers Justin Parks, Dylan Deneen, Josh Appenzellar, and Garret Cook eventually came to be the "straight up rock 'n' roll" band known as Fuze. In the basement of Fairplay home of one of the band members, the band recently let Pulse writers sit in on one of their practices and pop a few questions to see what kind of sparks fly when someone lights this Fuze.
NEWS
by AL WUNDERLICH | March 20, 2007
"You play electric guitar? Cool. " But how does it sound? Someone getting into the world of electric instruments will soon discover that there's more to the music than the instrument itself. Amps, effect pedals and more await you and your wallet. This first thing you need when getting into electric guitar is an amplifier, or amp. An amp is a powered speaker that plugs in to an instrument through a cord, which amplifies the instrument. The variety of amps is huge.
NEWS
by MATTHEW UMSTEAD | August 10, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. - A Martinsburg boy died on his 16th birthday early Wednesday when the car in which he was riding struck a tree along Welltown Road in Berkeley County, police said. Brian Allen McClurg was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, which was reported to emergency dispatchers at 1:11 a.m., according to the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department. Two men in the car were flown to Fairfax Inova Hospital in Falls Church, Va., police said. Another man was flown to Winchester (Va.)
NEWS
November 1, 1998
By KERRY LYNN FRALEY / Staff Writer photo: RICHARD T. MEAGHER / staff photographer The sheer number of guitars at the Hub City Guitar Show impressed Hagerstown resident Robert Craig. "I've never seen so many guitars in one place," said Craig, 29, who came to the show Saturday looking for an electric guitar similar in sound and feel to the vintage guitar he already owns. Walking around the Venice Inn ballroom, he said he saw some things he'd never seen before in person, like a steel-body guitar, circa 1928.
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