Join Roger Latzgo on his musical journey. What were the origins? Listening to his mother singing Slovak folk songs? Dancing to his grandfather's accordion waltzes? As a ten-year-old twanging a rusty string on an old guitar he found in the attic? Learning his first Bach fugue or figuring out how to play boogie-woogie? It doesn't much matter, because his musical sails are still catching the wind and propelling him to that next performance, that big chord that will connect with an audience. Accompanied by piano and guitar, Roger travels his musical road with a style called ethnofunkology--a unique blend of folk music and jazz. Stops along the way include Rutgers College and Lehigh University, Prague, and New York, all the while performing in palaces and embassies, castles, wine cellars and beer gardens. In his repertoire are songs of celebration, adventure and triumph: music that explores the resonance of life.