I never met him. I didn't know him. We lived on different continents.
An American died today and it hurts.
Donnie B and I joined the TMBG forum about the same time in 2011. Each of us keen. Each of us green.
He was younger then than I am now. He knew that he had cancer. He wasn't going to let it stop him....
For a while, in the early lessons, he was a month or two ahead of me. Then things would happen. Remission, treatment, chemotherapy... It
Updated 07-11-2015 at 08:54 PM by PaulUK
Roy Vogt brings his Thunder Row Bass Invitational to Douglas Corner Café (www.douglascorner.com) in Nashville, TN on July 9-10 in conjunction with the Summer NAMM Show. This year there are two nights of great bassists and their bands. The tickets are $10 at the door and benefit the W.O. Smith Music School (www.wosmith.org ), the Andy Irvine Medical Fund (www.gofundme.com/u6pc624 ) and The Lane Baldwin Medical Fund(www.gofundme.com/q4tdk8) . Andy and Lane are both standout figures in the Bass
Thanks to the wizards at Keisel Guitars/Carvin Guitars now you can play my very own Signature Bass! I worked with Jeff and Mark Kiesel and the design team at Kiesel Guitars and Carvin Guitars to develop a one of a kind 6 string bass design, the Roy Vogt Signature Vanquish 6 string bass!
The RV69K is an instrument that combines the best of old and new designs in a powerful new package. It's built in the USA and very affordable with a wide array of options so you can
Hey all, apparently I'm a little behind the ball (or years lol) on TMBG. However it's better late then never . I'm excited to start my new journey with the program.
I am a late bass bloomer in life but so glad I found it. Love playing and being a part of a band.
Hope all is well.
I'm new to Thunder Row.
I bought Roy's DVD set over a year ago and am finally trying to make time to take advantage it.
I'm looking forward to meeting some fellow bassists and hopefully learning something!