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Monsters of Bass -- Wed | March 20th

Posted on March 13, 2019

Join us at our campus in Brighthelm Gardens, Brighton on Wednesday March 20th at 18:30 for our Monsters of Bass Event!

Confirm your place for this FREE PUBLIC EVENT by contacting [email protected]

This event will include performances from two of the UK’s leading bassists and an opportunity for Q+A's.

Our guests:

Dale Davis – Former musical director, bassist and friend of industry icon Amy Winehouse. A session musician with vast experience and advice who has toured with the likes of Mark Ronson, Daniel Merriweather and the Cuban Brothers. Recently, Dale has been working with Emeli Sandé as her Musical Director and bass player, touring Europe and the UK, as well as performing two BBC shows.

Greyum May - As a bassist / multi-instrumentalist, Greyum has spent the past two decades as a touring musician, working with bands such as Keepers Brew, Ozric Tentacles, Firebird and The Black Hand. He is also regularly employed as a backline technician and stage manager, working with artists such as Carcass, Ghost, Megadeth and Lamb of God.

Monsters of Bass Event

Date: Wed, 20.03.19
Time: 18:30
Location: WaterBear, Brighthelm Gardens, Hanover House, Brighton BN1 3XG

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