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“I think that sometimes, rhythm guitar players are even more impressive than lead guitar players,” Village of Oak Creek resident Zack Garcia, left, tells Rimrock resident Tom Summerfield. As a young boy, Garcia played saxophone. “I didn’t want to be Kenny G,” Garcia says. “I wanted to be Ace Frehley.” VVN/Bill Helm

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Zack Garcia never became the next Kenny G. And he can thank his father for that."When I was a kid, my dad listened to classic rock in the car," says the Village of Oak Creek resident. "When I got my first guitar, that's what I got into. That's why I gave up the saxophone. I wanted to be Ace Frehley."

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Lovers of music UNITE: Listening Post satisfies 'huge passion,' says CV library director

Zack Garcia never became the next Kenny G. And he can thank his father for that."When I was a kid, my dad listened to classic rock in the car," says the Village of Oak Creek resident. "When I got my first guitar, that's what I got into. That's why I gave up the saxophone. I wanted to be Ace Frehley."