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Everett, WA
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Portrait of Todd Burghduff
Hi, my name is Todd Burghduff, I'm 41 years old as of October 3rd, and I love to play music, especially guitar. I am also the lead guitarist for a rock band in Lake Stevens, Wa., called "Whiskey Labido". I'm always writing and recording, and workin hard at playin hard. Wether or not I break into the bigtime, who the hell knows, but it sure is alot of fun tryin', if it happens, it happens. The first instrument I learned how to play was the drums when I was 5, my drum teacher was a real dick, so I decided I didn't like the drums too much after that. Then, I decided I wanted to play the Piano, I had a great teacher and even at the ripe ol' age of six, I thought she was hot. I still play the Piano today, but my one true love was the guitar. I remember what got me hooked was my parents had taken me down to Edmonds, Wa., I was 7 years old, to visit my aunt & uncle. When we arrived at their house, my cousin, Bobby Bride, was downstairs playing this beautiful red Fender guitar, and he was good, dam good. I was just mezmerized by that guitar, I knew that's what I wanted to do the rest of my life was play guitar. One thing I always wanted to do in this life was jam with my cousin, Bobby Bride, but I never got that chance as he passed away about ten years ago, I was devestated. I did however keep playing as I know he would not want me to stop..I hope you all like my music!!!!
 
 
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