Pasadena BassDay Clinic Videos from July 18th & 19th 2008 Bill Dickens, Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Freinds play the classic Jazz-funk tune Butterfly (by Hancock, Bennie Maupin) during the 2008 Bass Day Clinics Bill explains to bass players attending the seminar the importance and use of 2 5 1 progression and it’s role for him in […]
Bill Dickens would like to thank everyone for their support this past weekend during his quick visit to SoCal for the performances and the Bass Clinic. Please check back soon for live footage 😉
May 05, 2008 – Barack Obama Rally – Indianapolis, IN Bill Dickens was wisked away by jet hours before the MEGA-RALLY for Barack Obama in Indianapolis to accompany Stevie Wonder. Mr Wonder asked his management team to . . . . “Get me that 7 string bass player”.
Cool NAMM surprise! To the thrill of throngs of onlookers, Stevie Wonder showed up during Bill Dickens’ scheduled booth appearance at X2 and sang a spontaneous song with the acclaimed bassist. Both were using X2 wireless systems during their jam.
Bill Dickens goes to Italy and appears in Rome on July 7th and July 8th, 2007 at a jazz festival with Chicago blues guitarist Carlos Johnson. Please check back for updates. Bill just appeared on the Bootsy Collins upcoming release titled “Bootsy’s Bass Heroes.” Bill is currently producing a project for smooth Jazz recording artist […]
This video is Courtesy of Peterson Tuners – 2006 With 1/10th cent accuracy, a mute-able active DI, and the ability to perfectly tune two octaves BELOW your low B- Why don’t you already own one? . . . StroboStomp Pedal Tuner
Bill Dickens plays with Ampeg SVX at IK Multimedia boot at NAMM 2006
BILL DICKENS jams with Lee Oscar (harmonica for WAR) at the 2005 Summer NAMM Show in Indianapolis This is a 6 minute video clip done between July 22–24, 2005 @ The Peterson Tuners Booth
During an after hours musical show and benefit for Matt Guitar Murphy from the 2002 Summer NAMM show in Nashville, Bill Dickens and friends were performing and due to the intense POWER DRAW at the CLIMAX of Bill’s 5 minute bass solo, Bill’s playing took out the stage power circuit breakers for all of the […]
Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, Bernard Purdie & Bill Dickens get the show rocking during an after hours musical show and benefit for Matt Guitar Murphy, with this delightful 12 minute version of this classic Wayne Shorter tune . . . FOOTPRINTS