GH: Yeah my hometown. Yes. I'm not a Boston native. I grew up in Detroit born in Detroit. Motown motor city. That was a heck of an experience. The midwest is a real hot bed for music education and for music. Detroit was a real breeding ground for great jazz players and the great jazz scene. So I grew up yeah in a musical household. My father played violin, I played trumpet, my brother played clarinet and saxophone, my sister played piano. So we were kind of a family band. Yeah actually my father taught me to play trumpet but he played violin. He taught me to play tunes. He'd play the tune. If I made a mistake he'd whap me with a bow. Play the different note. Ok. So, we played a lot as kids 6, 7 years old, 8 years old. We played at school. Yeah I remember going out to a lot of clubs to hear music in Detroit. It was just a real vibrant scene. Great clubs like the Drom Lounge, The Baker's Keyboard. Then they had this series of barbeque places called Checker Barbeque. They were open til 4 or 5. After everybody played at Baker's Keyboard they'd go to Checkered Barbeque and play again from 2-5.