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byPublished on 03-22-2013 10:35 AM Number of Views: 139
From the Post And Courier
The Motown sound was largely defined by a modest 13-member house band that worked with such stars as Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson and many others.
They were called the Funk Brothers, and they included Edisto Island native James Jamerson on bass. The Funk Brothers are getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today. The commemorative star will be positioned next to the stars of Dizzy Gillespie (another South Carolina native), Thelonious Monk and Herbie Hancock.
Read the entire article HERE.
byPublished on 03-20-2013 07:30 AM Number of Views: 256
By MATT PHELPS
Bothell Reporter Regional Assistant Editor
MARCH 19, 2013 · UPDATED 2:39 PM
Roger Fisher and Steve Fossen have been friends for nearly 50 years. They were part of the first sophomore class at Inglemoor High School, shared the same homeroom and played their first gigs around the Kenmore and Bothell area. In (April for web) two weeks they will do one more big thing together - officially become “Rock Gods.”
byPublished on 03-20-2013 05:45 AM Number of Views: 209
Are you in the the Las Vegas area? Lucky, lucky, lucky! You have the chance to attend a Martin Motnik Bass & Drums Clinic at Guitar Center (with Peter Dallas on drums)
See the full ad HERE.
Dear Friends, Colleagues and Partners,
byPublished on 03-17-2013 03:15 AM Number of Views: 591
If you didn't read these Bass Quotes the first time around, now's your chance to hear what the players are saying.
“When I usually go to my studio to work, I start with something that is going to take two minutes just to put some idea down and the next thing I know, ten hours have gone by and my family is screaming at me because they want me to come up to ...
byPublished on 03-16-2013 01:15 AM Number of Views: 183
Patrick found this little article online at bassplayer.com. Check it out.