Many thanks to Stewart McKinsey for sharing this with me. A giant carillon that plays a tune when struck in sequence was built on a San Diego bridge in 2003 and remains relatively unknown.
Month: April 2015
Good morning! What a fabulous past few days. Arrived on Wednesday afternoon to play a gig at Arthur’s Public Market. Thursday I took the NS electric string instruments from my RFS Orchestra to a school in the area and demonstrated them to the kids. And then I had the opportunity to do a solo bass Read More …
I showed this to my mother…she said it reminded her of me as a little one.
Tonight’s office…Arthur’s Market and Cafe at 35 N. Ferry Street, Schenectady. Many thanks to Zen Reinhardt for sending me this pic from my show at Arthur’s on Wednesday night. Thanks for coming out Zen, it was great seeing you.
Taking care of important business in Philly this morning. SuperVan knows the way. 🙂 Off to NY in a little bit.
Visited BU yesterday…spent a lot of time in these practice rooms and on this old Kay bass. That Kay was the fostering grounds for a lot of really amazing bassists.
From the Facebook feed of the BassBreak LIVE crew! BassBreak LIVE 2015! Headed back to the Northern VA / DC area! May 29 & May 30! Going to be a great weekend of music, learning, sharing, inspiration, jaw dropping performances, prizes & giveaways, and more! Enjoy the supportive atmosphere BBL is known for! Excitement is Read More …