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The Crash Man Commeth. I am a session Bass player in Fort Worth, TX with a background in Jazz,Funk, Blues, R&B, Classic Rock, and some Reggae. Although I can't read music, I do know Chord Theory. Tell Me the key changes and let's jam. I am willing to play most anything if given the opertunity. I have played for a few bands locally, but none ever made it past the garage. Contact me if you need anything from a low down dirty groove machine to just someone to keep it in the pocket.
Why this name?
Crash is the nickname I recieved years back after destroying a backhoe by rolling it down the hill end over end. "CRASH" was the only sound they heard, so thats what they decided to call me.
Do you play live?
I have only played live a couple of times, and LOVED it.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
I think it is a wonderful way for the music community to explore the world around them, and for lesser knowns to get their name out there.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
ABSOLUTLEY!!!! Music is my life (don't let my wife hear that I said that).
I have been playing bass for about 3 years now after struggling with the guitar for about 10 years. A friend mentioned one day that I play the guitar like a bass (single strings and power chords) and suggested that I give it a try. I did and have been in love ever since.
Funk such as James Jamerson, Bootsy Collins, and Flea; Rock such as John Paul Jones and Jack Bruce, and just general R&B and Blues.
My home town of Greenwood, MS. just a stone s throw away from the birthplace of the blues, Yazoo County, MS. This is where the famed Crossroads are that Robert Johnson went to to sell his soul.
Music Man Stingray, Washburn XB120 Customized and fretless, Digitech BP200 Bass effects pedal, and Fender amplifiers.