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markjazzbassist
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Occupation:
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markjazzbassist

Male, 34, from Cleveland, OH

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I said a how can I be so white......and so FONKY? - Dr. John Nov 14, 2016

markjazzbassist was last seen:
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    1. markjazzbassist
      markjazzbassist
      I said a how can I be so white......and so FONKY? - Dr. John
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    2. markjazzbassist
      markjazzbassist
      How can I be so white….and so FONKY? - Dr. John
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    May 26, 1984 (Age: 34)
    Location:
    Cleveland, OH
    Occupation:
    IT and Musician
    Current Setup:
    1969 Fender Jazz Bass w/ GHS Precision Flats
    1960's UTC A-10 Transformer Direct Box
    1975 Traynor YBA-2B Tube Combo
    Favorite Genres:
    Jazz, R&B/Funk/Soul
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Present: Studio Sessions and Corporate Jazz Gigs

    Past: Kate Voegele (Universal Records), Matt Hires (Atlantic Records), Welshly Arms (Universal Records), Gold Standard (Gold Damn Records), Alexa Wilkensen (DNK Records), Earthtone, The Bodega Project
    Influences and Teachers:
    James Jamerson, Joseph "Lucky" Scott, Wilton Felder, Bob Babbitt, Pino Palladino, Nicolas Godin, Marcelo Guiliani, Jerry Jemmott
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