Dismiss Notice

Ready to join TalkBass and start posting, get alerts, sell your gear, and more?  Register your free account in 30 seconds.


isolated
Joined:
Dec 7, 2004
Messages:
286
Likes Received:
70
Trophy Points:
78

isolated

from Wrong side of the Hudson

I have to agree that Tragedy is, in fact, the foremost heavy-metal-Bee-Gees-tribute band in the tri-state area. May 16, 2014

    1. isolated
      isolated
      I have to agree that Tragedy is, in fact, the foremost heavy-metal-Bee-Gees-tribute band in the tri-state area.
    2. isolated
      isolated
      Trying to counteract the misery at work with Ken's show on WFMU. Mostly successful.
  • Loading...
  • About

    Home Page:
    http://www.kevintkaczmusic.com
    Location:
    Wrong side of the Hudson
    Current Setup:
    1850s Mirecourt flatback, Finale CF bow - German frog, Lakland 55-94, NoAmp, WW MI 100-8, SWR Baby Blue Monitor, Aguilar GS 112.
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Very few of either.
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Nothing of consequence. There was that pre-Gibson Tobias 6-string #586, though. Sigh....
    Influences and Teachers:
    Mark Helias, Mark Dresser, Gary Peacock, Hokuto Dan Diffin, Marc Johnson, Charlie Haden, Drew Gress, Barre Phillips, Brad Jones, J.A. Granelli, O.P., Milt Hinton, Todd Coolman, Ron Carter, Aaron Bell, Christopher Pike, Larry Gray, Nick Greenberg, etc., etc.
    I miss Paul Motian very much.

    Signature

    "You have to ask, 'What is the function of what I am doing?' And there has to be one, or else silence will suffice."
    - Paul Bley