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Hear Moraga man’s tunes at A’s games

By scarney
Tuesday, October 11th, 2011 at 1:44 pm in Moraga, Music, Sports.

The Oakland A’s have been trying to bring back the vintage feel of baseball games with a live organist for the past few years, but due to budgeting issues they haven’t been able to – until now.

The Oakland A’s found their live performer in Moraga resident, Dan “Fingers” Rodowicz. Rodowicz will perform live via electronic keyboard at home Oakland A’s games during the 2012 season.

Rodowicz serves as the Western Regional Manager for Yamaha Corp. and has a background full of playing keyboards. In addition to working as a church music director and a music teacher, Rodowicz also has a gold record to his name, as he played on the 1987 album “The Big Throwdown” by Lavert.

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