Ned Sublette

Ned Sublette

Independent Producer

Ned Sublette is an accomplished composer, musician, producer and musicologist and radio producer originally from Lubbock, Texas. He studied classical guitar and worked with experimental composers like John Cage, LaMonte Young, Glenn Branca and Peter Gordon. He's also recorded genre-bending music using Country Western and Afro-Caribbean influences. He's written several books including Cuba and Its Music: From the First Drums to the Mambo, published in 2004 and The Year Before the Flood: A Story of New Orleans, published in 2009.


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