Munch returns to the Museum of Ventura County on Thursday, October 17, 2019 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with Greg Gohde. Admission is free, and visitors are welcome to bring their own lunch and enjoy live music, as well as explore the galleries during the 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. “munch” hours!
“I started playing the bass guitar in 1967. . . over the years I have also played guitar, violin, viola, upright bass, u-bass, ukulele, mandolin and mandola. Bass guitar is the instrument that is most natural for me to play. I “discovered” the fretless bass guitar in 1973. I heard the true potential of the instrument on the Hejira album by Joni Mitchell in the playing of Jaco Pastorius. When I heard his solo album in 1976, I was blown away….the best bass playing ever!!!! I played in many varied bands and orchestras including Blue Island (with Tony Gioiosa, Rich Rita & Dan Galayda), The Kent Brothers Band, Northwest Indiana Symphony, San Diego Mandolin Orchestra, Innisfree (with Dennis Cahill), Jack Straw (with Tom Gunty), Stewart Ridge (with Rich Rita, Dan Galayda & Tom Gniewek), and Jubal (with Kevin Waltham, Joe Benson, Mark & Bruce Deane). Attended music school at DePaul University in Chicago 1971-75. Attended bass guitar weekend with Jack Casady at Fur Peace Ranch in 2006. Played in Bass Clef Experiment (with Mike Alvarez/cello). In recent years I have been exploring solo bass playing (covers & originals).”
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