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byPublished on 04-17-2014 07:15 PM Number of Views: 39
Roy recently drew my attention to this article from Jazzadvice.com, which he shared on Facebook. Though the theme is Jazz-based, I believe the concepts apply to all who want to make music their profession. ...
byPublished on 04-17-2014 06:00 PM Number of Views: 6
For this month's review, I'm going back to an album released in 1973. It's a concept album by a band that featured one of my fave bass players. The album is full of all those great '70s style bass licks, as well as a collection of songs that tell the story of the artists' journey through life and their desires for the future. You're gonna love it.
byPublished on 04-17-2014 05:30 PM Number of Views: 16
byPublished on 04-15-2014 06:00 AM Number of Views: 63
We've all known Trayster2 for some time now. She joined us in February of 2013, and we always enjoy her contributions to Thunder Row! Now, the Trayster would like to tell us all a bit about ...
byPublished on 04-14-2014 05:15 AM Number of Views: 27
I like this line best of all:
"The fiddle was regarded as the devil's instrument to snare the young into the dance; but a bass viol was not in the same category because consecrated to the service of God."
Ain't it the ...
byPublished on 04-13-2014 11:30 PM Number of Views: 346
Are you on the fence about attending Roy Vogt's all-inclusive, all-bass Boot Camp in Nashville this year? Meet and work with Roy, Adam Nitti, and Anthony Wellington in concentrated, down-to-bassics classroom sessions. Spend an evening with Victor Wooten and friends at Wooten Woods. Play with the amazing TMBG Band, live, on-stage at The Rutledge, one of Nashville's foremost live-music venues.