Video courtesy of Lisa Anita Baker from the Green Room Bill “The Buddha” Dickens doing “Underdog” as only “The Buddha” can do it!!
Article courtesy of Relix.com Over the years bassist Bill Dickens has recorded and performed with Chaka Kahn, Bernie Worrell, Janet Jackson, Pat Metheny, Ramsey Lewis, Grover Washington, Al Dimeola, and many others. On October 21, Ropeadope released his debut solo recording Tha Truth (which is available for order via iTunes and Bandcamp). The album includes […]
An in-depth interview about Bill and his recent release “THA TRUTH” by Kevin Johnson | Thursday, November 6th, 2014 posted on NOTREBLE.COM
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Bill tears up the envelope carrying the notes and the word to Japan. . . . Japan Blues Festival 2014 – Carlos Johnson & Bill Dickens Japan Blues Festival 2014 – Carlos Johnson & Bill Dickens – point of view.
Bill and others celebrated the 20 year anniversary re-issue of “The Day The Bass Players Took Over The World” at the Summer NAMM 2014 session in Nashville, TN. BASSES LOADED 2014 was a concert celebrating all things bass and the 20th anniversary of the first Summer NAMM Basses Loaded show in 1994. More than a […]
It is with great pleasure we announce that Bill Dickens has just signed a recording contract as a solo artist with Rope A Dope Records. Bill’s long awaited solo album titled “Tha Truth” is coming out soon on the “Rope A Dope Records” label. Please check back for updates on the progress and release of […]
Chicago Blues Festival – Blues By The Lake Bill playing on Sunday (06.15.14) with Buddy Guy at the Chicago Blues Festival. The Chicago Blues Festival is the largest free blues festival in the world and remains the largest of Chicago’s Music Festivals. During three days on five stages, more than 500,000 blues fans prove that […]
Bill Dickens is playing his Signature Conklin 7 string through an Aguilar Tonehammer 350 bass head into a GS112 Speaker Cab. Mighty tone for a compact setup. BIll Dickens demos these fine Aguilar products courtesy of Bass Club Chicago.