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March two Vallejo A&E Source: Piano teacher, lawyer student, record hopeful tune

Published Wednesday March 1

Least of all Rosalin Pugh, Yarbor’s piano instructor at the B Sharp Academy in Fairfield.

Kim Yarbor considers herself abundant things. Wife, mother, lawyer.

Though Yarbor’s vocal experience is evident — she’s done a lot of shows with noted Solano County blues artist Alvon Johnson — few expect this “white middle-aged woman” to rap. Least of all Rosalin Pugh, Yarbor’s piano instructor at the B Sharp Academy in Fairfield.

It was Pugh who dug out an old tune she wrote, “The Greatest Command,” and planned on recording the upbeat, hopeful song solo. Then Pugh heard Yarbor sing at the annual Peace Officers Memorial Service near the county courthouse.

The solo became a duet, fresh-pressed on a CD with a pending music video shoot Apr 2.

Article length: About 510 words.
Tags: Fairfield
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