1983 was definitely a good year. A shift in music was happening. David Bowie and Nile Rodgers hooked up to produce one of the biggest records of the 80s, “Let’s Dance”. Here’s Carmine Rojas’s isolated bass track layered with synth bass.
The David Bowie tribute, “A Bowie Celebration”, had its tour cut short last year due to the pandemic. Now they’ve scheduled a streaming event with appearances by Chris Chaney, Tony Levin, Tim Lefebvre, Gail Ann Dorsey, Carmine Rojas, and Tony Visconti.
It’s been four years since David Bowie’s passing, but his music continues to touch the lives of so many. Alumni from his band will once again pay tribute to the legendary singer with a new tour of “A Bowie Celebration.”
Brandon Shaw sent us this video, and it’s a cool look into the creation of a great bass line by Carmine Rojas. The clip details the evolution of David Bowie’s hit “Let’s Dance” as it morphed from a folksy guitar number to the monster groove it became.
David Bowie’s collaborators are continuing to spread his legacy with the “Celebrating David Bowie” concert series. The tour will continue in 2018 with tour dates spanning January, February, and March. The band will be filled with all-star musicians that worked with Bowie, including Mike Garson, Adrian Belew, Gerry Leonard, Gaby Moreno, and Angelo Moore with bassist Carmine Rojas holding down...