Jerre Price Photos: J. Patrick Jablonski
Everyone in the band
could play percussion
to an extent,
but Jerre was the
“BONGO” man!
In fact, Jerre played
percussion more often
than desired.

Here he is playing
the Kabasa, also known
as an “afuche.”

The instrument consisted
of a washboard-like
cylinder with a wooden
handle, wrapped in a loose
set of chained metal beads.
Jerre listens intently
as another song is
arranged at practice.
In this particular song,
Jerre's part is agreed upon
and he joins in.

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