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The Missing Parts are an acoustic trio from Tucson, Arizona comprised of violin, cello, and acoustic guitar. Our songs are true collaborations, spun from improvisation.
Our mission statement is to entertain listeners, to guide sonic travelers on journeys to extraordinary soundscapes dotted with unexpected wonders, odd humor, and emotions both raw and refined.
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Our two albums can be purchased here on our website or from us at any of our shows.
We are scattered around the globe now. Oliver is teaching, Brian is herding moose in Alaska, and Paul is either in South America or driving around the US with his cats.
To book a show, or for any other concerns (or just to say hi) you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Wright, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, plays an original, intensely percussive style of acoustic guitar inspired by Flamenco, Tango, Balkan, Russian, Indian, and Heavy Metal chord progressions and rhythms.
Douglas Francisco, The missing part. We miss him. Pills.
Brian Hullfish quit cello at age thirteen after tragically crashing into a retaining wall and bursting into flames during a Suzuki recital/time trial in Brockport, NY. Against all odds he is back behind the strings again, making them vibrate not only up and down, but also left and right.
Oliver Blaylock is a classically-trained violinist who has been playing violin and tricks since age six. Inspirations include Jascha Heifetz, Shostakovich, Stephane Grapelli, Joe Venuti, Niccolo Paganini and art supplies.