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ScrapArtsMusic musicians mine through scrap metal for inspiration (with video)

1:11 AM, Mar. 15, 2013
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Gregory Kozak mined through a box of discarded copper pipes, aluminum cans and rusty hubcaps at Wausau Scrap and Recycling Corp., and the crashing, clanging metal made music for his ears.

Kozak and fellow musician Spencer Cole, of the Vancouver, British Columbia-based ScrapArtsMusic, spent an hour Wednesday afternoon at the scrap yard searching through unwanted metal to create musical instruments they would use that night during a high-energy percussion concert at The Grand theater. The group also will perform today at the theater for Wausau-area students.

The pair sorted through ...

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