Fred
Walecki
“My family has been providing musicians with the best equipment and instruments we could get our hands on since 1947, but never have I heard audio sound as good is it does with Max Sound’s HD process.”
Since the 1960′s, Westwood Music has been at the center of Rock and Roll. The stories of Fred Walecki are well known in the Global music scene, like the time the Rolling Stones went to see Sonny and Brownie at the Ash Grove, driven by Fred in his mom’s station wagon. Or when Bernie Leadon promised to make good on a Westwood Music charge for his new band, which he had come up with the questionable name of “The Eagles.”

Years ago Fred Walecki was diagnosed with throat cancer, and because of the strong relationships he had in the music business, long time friend Glyn Johns (Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Who, Eric Clapton, Rod Stewart, etc.) formed a benefit concert held in his name to raise funds for the substantial medical costs.

Due to the response they had to added a second day. Close friends and performers at this concert included Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Brown, Randy Meisner, Spinal Tap, Jeff Bridges, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Warren Zevon, Ry Cooder, Albert Lee, and Colin Hay.
Mick
Fleetwood
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Alexander Mendeluk
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Carl
Stubner
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Mark
Needham
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Frank
Serafine
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Antonina Armato
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Ian
Boxill
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Fred
Walecki
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Erik
Bradley
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Todd
Cavanah
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Frank
Correa
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Tim
James
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Robin
Sibucao
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Jonathan Spalter
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John
Ovnik
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David
H. Pohl
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M. Tsolinas
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