Rockford student to showcase talent on local television show

WaldvogelRockford is home to many rising stars. One of those new up and comers is 13-year-old Caleb Waldvogel. Caleb is currently an 8th grade student at North Rockford Middle School. He started playing guitar at six years old under local guitar guru Emmett Terbeek and has been playing ever since.

On February 15th, Waldvogel released his first EP entitled The Right Impressions under the moniker of Caleb Richard. It features five original tracks completely written and performed by Caleb. He has since played at the local Epic Coffee Shop and Rogue River Tavern. He is currently in the process of planning more shows, one of which will be his first television appearance. On April 25th, Caleb will perform on Take Five, WZZM’s local morning talk show. The show begins at 9:00 and will definitely be a don’t miss. The EP is available to download on iTunes, Amazon, and many other online retailers.

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