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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by corrosivemind19, Oct 15, 2006.
I just got back from a Manring show at the Icehouse in Bethlehem Pa. So amazing.
Did you talk to him? Which tunes did he play?
He was actually playing with John Gorka and my dad(mandolin). But I got both of their signatures!
Cool- one of the best shows I've been to was a Manring/ Greg Howard solo show at a small restaurant in Ohio. I'm not into signatures, but I've got a couple pics of me and him that I still haven't developed Very nice guy.
Michael is one of my favorite guys to watch and chat with. Last time I saw him he did la sangre la familiada(sp?) amazing.
La Sagrada Familia, maybe?
I´m sure he didn´t know how to spell it, but have you checked the printed name of that track in the original CD ?
exactly. thats what the sp? was for.
Not in a while, to be honest. Maybe I was thinking of another tune.
What a nice, generous, great guy - one of my favorites as he continues to push/coax new sounds out of the bass - his compositions are totally original and when he plays with David Cullen or John Gorka he is totally supportive.
If anyone in the New England area is interested, Michael is going to be performing as well as teaching a number of master classes at the first annual New Hampshire Bass Fest which goes from June 20-23. Artistic Director and Berklee bass professor Jim Stinnett (my bass teacher) also has a number of other awesome musicians such as Steve Bailey and Seth Horan coming, so if anyone is interested I highly recommend checking it out at nhbassfest.com.
I wish I would have gone, I live about 30 minutes away from the Icehouse.
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