BRING IT TO THE BASS AUTHORITIES
"It's all about the peace." I started playing bass seriously 2 years ago (february 21st to be exact..) and I've developed an unquenchable love for the instrument. I'm in the band Commercial Faith, and joining them was the first significant thing. Then nothing much came along until I was accepted to victor wooten's bass/nature camp 2000. Aside from meeting the man who has profoundly influenced most aspects of my life, it was life changing to walk out of there with 50 cats feelin' the same. I'm sure the word is out now about how amazing the camp was so I won't explain it...I doubt I would be able to anyways. Met legend Chuck Rainey and listened to his stories all night, Steve bailey, Anthony Wellington, Adam Nitti, Mark Schatz, The flecktones and JD Blair. How great it was jammin' with the flecktones.
Great things have been happening all year, district jazz band, shows at tanglewood, and after the camp I learned to approach playing much differently and it's helped me expand to places I couldn't have imagined a few months before. I'm excited about working this endorsement deal with Warwick too.
A Warwick FNA Corvette w/ front body signature of Victor L. Wooten, on the back the wooten bros. and steve bailey.
A red satin Yamaha RBX560
SWR350 through a Hartke 4X10, connected with a Trace Elliot AH300 in to an 18'
- Victor Wooten, Adam Nitti, Oteil Burbridge, Stanley Clarke
- Chuck Rainey, Stevie Wonder, Edgar Meyer, Futureman
- Matthew Garrison, Andy West, Joe Satriani, Regi Wooten, Bobby Mcferrin, Andrew Lack
- Vic- What Did He Say?
- Stevie Wonder- Songs in the Key of Life
- Flecktones - Three Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest