James Rasche Interview
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Posted by Mark Urban, 21 May 2017 at 14:11

I remember the days when they used to practice in the garage that was converted to the music room. I was probably around 9 or 10 at the time. We (Mike Rasche, my brother Gil) would wait for the band to take a break (they would leave and go to the store or somewhere) and we would start playing around with the instruments. We usually always got caught and were in trouble. Those were some great times.

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James Rasche Interview


August 2016 James Rasche began playing guitar at the age of 14 and performed in the local Alcona music scene. In this interview, James talks about some of his early years playing at the Mountain Inn, Slanty Shanty, and Rainbow Lounge, as well as many local festivals, dances, and parties in the bands Northern Lights and Whiskey Bent. James started writing music as a teenager and built his own studio. In 2001, James released a CD called Class Reunion with fellow musician, Greg Leslie, which was written up in Jam Rag, a publication out of Detroit. In addition to being a musician, James was a local barber who shared his passion for music with all who knew him. James passed away on May 14, 2017, leaving a rich, musical legacy behind.