Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

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Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Dominant Music » 10 Apr 2014, 22:08

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Experience the driving bass grooves, huge tone and ferocious soloing of world-renowned bass player Andy Irvine as he presents his ‘Sound of Bass’ Workshop Tour across 15 shows nationally. Andy is also presenting his 'Passion & Action' talk & workshop in 3 special locations.

Win a Years supply of strings valued at $360.00 at each event.
Every attendee goes in the draw to win a WARWICK ALIEN 4 STRING Valued at $2699.00

With live performances, Technique Demonstrations, Q&A, product demos, jams and heaps more! Absolutely FREE!

Andy has toured with over 25 artists and delivered solid bass lines to over 50 successful albums covering a wide range of styles from funk, soul, blues, jazz, gospel and rock. His most recent tours include Mississippi based piano virtuoso Eden Brent, Eddie Turner, On The One and Giant People. He has also led various groups including The Andy Irvine Group (blues/funk), Beanstalk (futuristic groove trio), and Project Mind Flip (all-star international electro/funk group).

Irvine’s style can best be described as holding down thick fundamental support lines, ripping aggressive bass solos, & everything in between!

Find all the info on the ‘Sound of Bass’ Workshops & the 'Passion & Action' talk & workshop as well as venues, dates and more : http://www.warwickbass.com.au

You can learn more about Andy in his exclusive interview in the current issue of Mixdown
http://issuu.com/furstmedia/docs/mixdow ... 23/7420106

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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by joel » 10 Apr 2014, 22:31

Awesome !


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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by basshack » 10 Apr 2014, 22:46

We're in!
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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Eberbachl » 10 Apr 2014, 23:15

Booked!

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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by david1234 » 11 Apr 2014, 06:44

I'm keen!
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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Juan Lauda » 11 Apr 2014, 07:02

Thanks... I'm in!
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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Diggo » 11 Apr 2014, 11:27

Cool...! AND coming to Hobart - will book for that one.

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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Petebass » 11 Apr 2014, 12:32

I work in the City so I'd be mad not to go. See y'all there Sydney folk.
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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Kingray » 11 Apr 2014, 13:13

By the look of that bass, I'll hazard a guess that Aussie Mark may not be attending...

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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Aussie Mark » 11 Apr 2014, 13:37

Kingray wrote:By the look of that bass, I'll hazard a guess that Aussie Mark may not be attending...
Why's that? I don't mind Jazz basses at all :popcorn:

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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by FunkDragon » 12 Apr 2014, 20:17

Thanks Dominant!
I've booked my ticket for Brisbane - looking forward to it!

I've been enjoying Andy's YouTube video's for a while now. :)
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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Dominant Music » 14 Apr 2014, 09:34

Thanks everyone, its going to be a great event. Hope more of you ca make it, no cost for the event just need to book.

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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by jamiesdad » 29 Apr 2014, 18:59

at least 3 of us from the sydney contingent going on Monday ... anyone else?
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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Dominant Music » 29 Apr 2014, 22:37

jamiesdad wrote:at least 3 of us from the sydney contingent going on Monday ... anyone else?
Look forward to seeing you all

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Re: Andy Irvine "Sound of Bass" Australian Workshop Tour

Post by Boopbohead » 30 Apr 2014, 17:40

Just booked in for the Newy one, looks good. Anyone else going to this one from Ozbass? A couple of beers after to talk more bass could be in order. I followed the link and downloaded an app to get the tickets sent to my phone, pretty easy and convenient.
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