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byPublished on 07-26-2011 02:00 PM Number of Views: 246
...and yet he finds time to type up these updates. Thanks, Lane! We appreciate your posts very much!
Tour Update – July 17, 2011
Published July 17, 2011 | By Lane on Bass
Welcome back, y’all, to the show that never ends. And, evidently, the show that’s always behind! (smile) We’ve been running at full speed for so long that it’s been impossible to stay on track with updates. But, in truth, that’s a good thing! So… let me bring you up to speed:
byPublished on 07-25-2011 04:00 PM Number of Views: 548
This new mini bass amp from VOX is such a hot ticket right now that almost every store is out of stock. A new supply is expected to be shipped toward the end of July, but with these things flying off the shelves, it may be awhile until you can snag one for yourself.
byPublished on 07-23-2011 02:30 PM Number of Views: 251
THE musical event of NAMM week in Nashville was Friday nights' "Thunder Row Bass Bash," at the legendary Douglas Corner Cafe for which our own Roy Vogt played host to some of the most remarkable bass talent ever collected on one stage. We'll be posting video clips of this thunderous event in the next few days. Amazing stuff!
byPublished on 07-20-2011 12:00 AM Number of Views: 318
For better stage monitoring of your sound, better coverage for your audience, and protection of your expensive speakers, you might want to consider getting your gear off the floor.
Meet the ON STAGE RS7000 Tiltback Monitor/Amp Stand.
(Click on the pic for a full sized view)
byPublished on 07-12-2011 05:00 PM Number of Views: 4513
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.
Her life as a musician was launched at the age of twelve when she became a member of a medieval-themed touring handbell ensemble, with whom she performed at churches, schools and - on one occasion - at the New York World's Fair.
At the age of fourteen she taught herself to play folk music on the acoustic guitar, but this direction was abandoned later in her high school years, and more than a decade would pass before playing music once again became a major part of her life.
In the early 1970s Weymouth enrolled in the ...
byPublished on 07-07-2011 05:30 AM Number of Views: 563
Lucky for me, when I was a kid, my family enthusiastically loved and enjoyed all kinds of music. Every week, I used to watch Lawrence Welk with my grandparents and quickly developed a love for tuneage from different eras. When we’d go for a drive in my grandfather’s ’57 Ford - which didn’t have a car radio - someone would always remember to pack along a portable so we could sing along.
When my uncle first got his Mercury Montego, we got to hear a car radio for the first time, and Yellow Submarine was ...