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  • Tacoma musician has new technique for teaching drums to kids with autism

    Tacoma musician Justin Tamminga developed a system for teaching kids with autism how to drum that began with his son, Lucien, who performs in the family band, Pig Snout!!

Tacoma musician Justin Tamminga developed a system for teaching kids with autism how to drum that began with his son, Lucien, who performs in the family band, Pig Snout!! Jared Brown jared.brown and drew.perine@thenewstribune.com
Tacoma musician Justin Tamminga developed a system for teaching kids with autism how to drum that began with his son, Lucien, who performs in the family band, Pig Snout!! Jared Brown jared.brown and drew.perine@thenewstribune.com

These kids with autism are drumming up attention thanks to their teacher’s new method

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