Bob Reynolds

Bob Reynolds of Los Angeles, CA, recorded the album Déja Vu with fellow saxophonist Juan Rollan. Visit bobreynoldsmusic.com.

Miguel Hadelich

Miguel Hadelich of Los Angeles, CA, is vice president of international sales, install, and tour for the TC Group. Visit tcgroup.tc.

Jason Graham

Jason Graham ’00 of Salt Lake City UT, is a broadcast engineer for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He and his team were on the cover of the December 2014 issue of Mix magazine. Visit mixonline.com/news/facilities/audio-temple-square/423149.

Fawn Drake

Fawn Drake of Denver, CO, and DJ Chad Black released the album Angels We Have Heard on High, a portion of whose proceeds go to the Beagle Freedom Project.

Forest Wilson

Forest Wilson of Hollister, CA, and Brian Gibbs ’98 run Tool Shed Studios in Morgan Hill, CA. The studio hosted sessions for the Los Tigres Del Norte album Realidades. Visit toolshedstudios.com.

Alekos Vretos

Alekos Vretos of Argolis, Greece, released the album K on Top, featuring Dimitris Sevdalis, Dimitris Christopoulos, Dimitris Klonis, and Leonidas Sarantopoulos. Visit alekosvretos.gr.

Oriol Saña

Oriol Saña of Granollers, Spain, organized the Barcelona Fiddle Congress, which attracted more than 400 students. He also released the album Experiment 1.0 with Albert Bello.

Sean P. Rogan

Sean P. Rogan of Cranston, RI, runs the You Rock School of Music and performs with Power of Love, a Huey Lewis and the News tribute band. Visit yourockschoolofmusic.com.

Sean McGowan

Sean McGowan of Denver, CO, released the CD Thanksgiving and Christmas Tidings. He is an associate professor and guitar program director at the University of Colorado. Visit seanmcgowanguitar.com.

Motohiko Ichino

Motohiko Ichino of Tokyo, Japan, and the group Rabbitoo released the CD National Anthem of Unknown Country, featuring Daisuke Fujiwara ’96 and Koichi Sato ’07.

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