Don Latarski

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Don Latarski (born December 8, 1950 Detroit, Michigan) is a recording artist, song writer, engineer and head of guitar studies at the University of Oregon.[1][2]

Latarski is known in Finger Style guitar circles as "the guy who glues his picks to his fingernails." [3] Latarski's a life long player and music educator authoring 18 published books to date for Guitar and release 14 studio albums.[4] Latarski is also is an audio engineer / producer and owner of Crescent Studios in Eugene, Oregon. Don Latarski has worked with Mason Williams, Bobby McFerrin, Charlie Baty, Paul deLay, and the Eugene Symphony Orchestra.

In 2008 Latarski appeared on PBS's Oregon Art Beat [5] showcasing his Jazz, Blues, Funk and finger picking percussive style.

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