Hanging out with my friends from the band Living Color, they put on an incredible show at the city winery.
Had a great time yesterday hanging out with my friend Marcus Miller. He gave a great performance at the Chicago music exchange.
Friday July 9th 2017 Bill was one of the featured bass players asked to perform by Nashville session bassist & educator Roy Vogt at the 7th Annual Thunder Row Bass Invitational during Summer NAMM 2017 . We thank Vuyani Wakaba for providing this footage of Bill playing with Chester Thompson on drums.
April 8th,2017 Bill Dickens joined Leo Nocentelli & Melvin Seals to perform @ Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, CA. Posted below is the concert and also a short commentary from Leo Nocentelli of the Meters followed by keyboard great Melvin Seals regarding Bill and his bass playing 🙂
Bill Dickens joins 4 time Grammy Award Nominee Michael Henderson In Concert @ The Promontory Chicago on February 11, 2017! ATTENTION!! I’ll be performing with Legendary Michael Henderson (You are My Starship) on this coming Saturday February 11, for two shows!! You still have time to purchase tickets for your special Valentine love!! Chicagooooo!!! Come […]
Bill warming up a little bit before playing @ Winter NAMM 2017
Bill “The Buddha” Dickens will be performing January 20th, 2017 @ the Mint with special guests Maiya Sykes and Shawn Christopher Featuring: Ron Walters on keyboards – music Director for Barry Manilow, Bette Midler, Barbara Streisand, David Foster – Leddy Garcia on percussion – Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, Santana | Keith McKinley on Sax – […]
Last night Bill Dickens was @ the Stylistics / New Kids On The Block Event and sat in with guys. GOOD TIMES!!
I AM YOUR KEEPER – JESUS! Bill Dicken in this upcoming movie from the Oakdale Covenant Church titled “I AM YOUR KEEPER”
We opened up for Pearl Jam and it was a huge crowd. it was ones of the biggest crowds I ever played for. There was well over 100,000 people in this audience. You just can’t see the rest in the pictures but there was well over a million people in attendance that day.