Rex Brown (KILL DEVIL HILL, PANTERA), Billy Sheehan (THE WINERY DOGS, DAVID LEE ROTH), David Ellefson (MEGADETH) and Frank Bello (ANTHRAX) took part in a "conversation series" hosted by Hartke during this year's Bass Player LIVE! event, which took place November 9-10 in Hollywood, California. The annual event featured musician clinics and exhibitors at S.I.R. Studios and was highlighted by the November 9 Bass Player LIVE! Concert & Awards Show presented by Hartke.Video footage of the "conversation series" featuring Brown, Sheehan, Ellefson and Bello can be seen below. The Bass Player LIVE! clinics and exhibitors were located at S.I.R. Studios on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood, California on Saturday, November 9 and Sunday, November 10 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Bass players of all ages, levels and styles were invited to attend. "Bass Player LIVE! is the biggest and baddest bass event of the year," said Bass Player editor Brian Fox. "And this year’s lineup [was] our heaviest yet. Owned by NewBay Media, Bass Player is the deepest source of inspiration, information, and instruction for players seeking mastery of the low end. In print, online, and in person at Bass Player LIVE!, Bass Player is at the core of a dynamic and diverse musicians’ community. After more than two decades of delivering spot-on artist interviews, product reviews, and music transcriptions, Bass Player influences the musical growth and gear choices of more bassists than any other competing media network.
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