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Pete Candoli

Pete Candoli discusses his brother's musical talent

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Pete Candoli discusses his decision tobecome a musician

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Pete Candoli discusses the growth process of a musician

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Q: “[Students] can read fly spots on paper and they can play and everything but they still need the maturity…”

A: “They need the experience. I'll tell you what was very funny. Remember I mentioned Will Bradley and Ray McKinley when I was at Purdue. That night I overheard Ray McKinley say something and it insulted me. I was hurt by it. He said, "You know, you saw the other musicians." We were taking an intermission and he said, "You know, that kid gets a little more experience he's going to be great."”