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First Gig With the Acoustic Bass

Tonight I played an acoustic gig with Chris Jones, at ‘The Anchor’ pub in Worcester. A nice tight venue, with a lively crowd who loved the music we played. 839 more words

James Chatfield

Working on a Solo Piece - Response

Whilst I was waiting around to play on Friday nights gig (As we had 6 hours till we played), me and Carl were sat working on our techniques and also messing around with Cubase. 647 more words

James Chatfield

Supremely Far Out - Bill Plummer and the Cosmic Brotherhood

Spoken word, acid, jazz, at times leaden sitar the accomplished American jazz bassist Bill Plummer created The Cosmic Brotherhood with a series of whacky releases of with Eastern and psychedelically-charged music that challenged contemporary ideas about jazz in the 1960s and employed some a terrible rhyming scheme for most of the lyrics. 131 more words


Listening Tools: The Backbone of Rock Bands

People listen to music in many ways. Some use it as background noise, others experience it and make it their life, others critically listen to it and pick it apart like a math equation. 664 more words

Red Hot Chili Peppers

[Slightly Tipsy] Musician Appreciation Friday!

Please say that I am not the only one that has always been desperate to play the Californication Music Video -video game?! If you’re a clever soul, and you appreciate fabulous music you will know exactly who I appreciate this week: The Red Hot Chili Peppers. 602 more words

Interview with Marshall Poole Bassist, Melanie Radford

Written by Ana Lete and originally published in Boise Pulse Magazine: http://www.boisepulsemusic.com/2014/04/04/bpms-interview-with-marshall-poole-bassist-melanie-radford/

Melanie Radford has been playing bass with Marshall Poole since the the band started during their high school years. 845 more words

Previously Published Work

Red Hot Chili Pepper's Flea to Write a Memoir = WOO HOO!

I love to read. Aside from YA Dystopian, Rock and Roll Autobiographies are my favorite genre to read. My favorite book I have ever read from ANY genre is “ 385 more words