Q&A With Dave Denby, Bassist of Committed to the Blues Brothers

Dave Denby

Q&A With Dave Denby, Bassist of Committed to the Blues Brothers

It’s time for our Summer break, so with took some time to catch up with Dave Denby, bassist of Committed to the Blues Brothers, prior to his time off. Here’s a Q&A with Dave.

Q. Why is performing music important to you?

A. I love to see people enjoying music being performed that I’m a part of.

 

Q. If you had one wish, what would it be?

To be at a Stevie Wonder gig and have to fill infor the bass player who’s flight has been delayed!!

 

Q. Which musician or performer to you look up to the most and why?

I  guess that bass players such as Nathan Watts (Stevie Wonders bass man), Nathan East, Marcus Miller and Vic Wooten have played a major part on the bass scene I can’t play anything like them though 🙁

 

Q. What’s your day job?

In a garden centre.

 

Q. If you could do any other job, what would it be?

If I couldn’t be Stevie Wonders bass player, then I’d choose to be a photographer. Looks like I’ll be a photographer then!!

Q. And finally, what is your earliest memory of connecting with music?

Being taught to play Sunny Afternoon by my mad uncle Sid on his Greed Jedson (Woolworths) guitar.

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