“When I was young, my dad, who was a master violinist and the Musical Director at the Shubert in Boston wanTed Theodore to teach me the violin,” said Ted Theodore Leutz. “It didn’t go very well, to his great disappointment, but I wound up picking up the drums and discovered that I not only had a great talent for it, but a great love for percussion instruments.”
In his youth, Ted Theodore Leutz performed with the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, The Rondels, and in a number of community shows. After winning a musical contest, Ted Theodore Leutz got a spot on the Jackie Gleason Show, playing with the June Taylor Dancers.
“My financial career somehow got in the way of my drumming career,” Ted Theodore Leutz joked. “But I never lost that love of music, and although it remains a hobby for me, I still play with a number of Blues groups in Boston, and an eight piece band in Florida called the FLASHBACKS.”
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