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When: Sunday, 7 January 2018, 11a
Where: Kleinn Air Horns, 4045 N Hwy Dr, Tucson, AZ 85705 (Directions)

Jason LeValley

Board President and Program Director

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Jason LeValley caught the rock 'n' roll bug around the age of 13 and continues to have an insatiable ear for new music. He has booked bands at clubs and has helped raise thousands of dollars for charitable organizations through a number of special benefit shows. He co-founded, managed, and promoted a recurring comedy show called the Club Congress Comedy Fiasco and has written about music for various periodicals in Arizona as well as California. Additionally, he is a songwriter/singer who has played in a few local bands.

LeValley also has a Master's in Counseling from Santa Clara University and a passion for helping others. He has a background in mental health and has spent 18 years working as a high school counselor.

LeValley got started in radio as a college student at the University of Redlands and gained three years of valuable radio experience at Tucson's KXCI. Additionally, he published an e-book about bullying (and music) called Caitlin Sings a Song.

He is also apparently hell-bent on world domination.

Photo Credit: Nicci Radhe, Celesteal Photography

Rocco DiGrazia

Frustrated with his incompetence in the music industry, Rocco DiGrazia has found some measure of acceptance in food service. He has served as a board member of Tucson Originals and on the Citizen's Task Force for the Broadway corridor project, and continues to toss pies and flip wings at Rocco's Little Chicago Pizzeria on Broadway. He still dabbles in music to his children's dismay.

Eric Schaffer

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Eric Schaffer can be alternately be found occupying the CEO desk at Kleinn Automotive Air Horns, and fronting his band "Eric Schaffer & The Other Troublemakers." A transplant from New Jersey, Eric has called Tucson his home since 2007. He brings over 35 years of business and marketing experience to the Board, along with over a decade's experience as a board member of non-profit organizations in Connecticut.

Eric is pretty good guitarist and a remarkably bad banjo player.

Tom Rex

Mark Mason