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byPublished on 09-06-2015 09:30 AM Number of Views: 1398
Bassists are often the unsung navigators on voyages of musical discovery. Among the foremost of these adventurers in recend decades is Roger Waters, one of the founders of Pink Floyd, whose bio we present herewith, thanks to Wikipedia.
byPublished on 07-12-2011 10:00 AM Number of Views: 6466
Born in California to an American father and a French mother, Martina Weymouth was frequently relocated to different parts of the world during her childhood as a result of her father's duties in the Navy.
byPublished on 06-30-2011 01:00 AM Number of Views: 1534
Domenico Carlo Maria Dragonetti (April 7, 1763 – April 16, 1846) was an Italian double bass virtuoso and composer. He stayed for thirty years in his hometown of Venice, Italy and worked at the Opera Buffa, at the Chapel of San Marco and at the Grand Opera in Vicenza.
byPublished on 05-19-2011 08:00 AM Number of Views: 1066
Quintin Berry, a bassist, singer and songwriter with a rich eclectic sound and unique style, has been performing since the age of twelve. His natural talent and tenacity for perfection has brought high energy and strong rhythms to many bands, such as Mike Latham Band, Plastic Eddie, Q Bass, and currently The Ugli Stick.
byPublished on 04-21-2011 09:30 PM Number of Views: 615
I had the pleasure of meeting TM at the London Bass Show in March. He's one of those individuals that fills a room with the sheer exuberance of his presence. An enthusiastic supporter of music education, TM commands his audience from the first word, and the power of his joie d'vivre bowls 'em over!
byPublished on 04-14-2011 12:15 AM Number of Views: 1469
Though we don't usually think of him as a bassman, Kenny Rogers played bass for the band The First Edition. And not only did he play bass, he played the Telecaster bass.
Here are a couple of videos of Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, with Kenny on the telebass.
byPublished on 04-04-2011 07:30 PM Number of Views: 3239
TR has a lot more visitors and members since we first published our interview with the inimitable Victor Wooten. So, because Victor is a bass player every bass player should know, here's a little background before we repost the interview.*
byPublished on 03-22-2011 09:30 PM Number of Views: 1093
Stu Hamm is single-handedly (well, not really - he uses both hands) embarking on a voyage to new worlds of musical expression on the bass guitar. If you're not familiar with Stu, do yourself a favor - log on to his web site and order one (or two, or three) or his ...
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