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Humans of La Salle Video Feature: Alex Schwoebel, the Living Legacy of American Music

Shak Saidjanov, Editor

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Being the grandson of music legend Johnny Cash, La Salle senior Alex Schwoebel has big shoes to fill; but through dedicating more than five years to perfecting his guitar abilities and his plans to study songwriting in college, he’s already well underway to crafting a sound and career of his own. Alex recently sat down with The Falconer to play his rendition of classical guitar piece “To June This Morning”, and give some insight into his musical journey.

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Shak Saidjanov, Editor

Shak is a senior at La Salle, where he played varsity football. In his free time Shak enjoys trout fishing and writing, as well as listening to a copious...

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2 Responses to “Humans of La Salle Video Feature: Alex Schwoebel, the Living Legacy of American Music”

  1. Christine Stroud on May 24th, 2018 9:16 am

    Super cool, Alex!

  2. Brian Devine on May 24th, 2018 10:44 am

    Great to see the work of two outstanding artists here – Alex as a musician and Shak as a filmmaker. Can’t wait to see where both of you will take your talents and how you’ll keep developing as artists.

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