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!
After an absence of something like 14 months, I aam returning to the fold and restarting the Program at Lesson 1 (if I can find it, that is). following a stroke lst May, I underwent brain surgery to clip an aneurism (in early September). That triggered a grand mal seizure and another stroke. I came out of that with "Left Neglect" and discovered that EVERYTHING I had learned with respect to playing bass, was (and is) gone. A hospital stay of 4 months was required and a divorce came out