Former MEGADETH Bassist To Lecture At SCHOOL OF BASS Seminar
Former MEGADETH/current F5 bassist David Ellefson will be giving a music-business lecture at the School of Bass seminar on May 6 in Tempe, Arizona. "My talk will be based on my book 'Making Music Your Business' as well as many professional experiences I've had in the biz," says David. "Also, there will be some incredible players, clinicians, and instructors teaching concepts of groove and bettering your bass-playing skills during the three-day event. If playing bass is your thing, make sure you attend. See you there!"
As previously reported, Ellefson is currently seeking a record deal for F5, the Arizona-based band completed by ex-SICK SPEED vocalist Dale Steele, drummer David Small (web site), and guitarists Steve Conley and John Davis. A group photo can be seen at this location.
For more information on F5, visit the band's official web site by clicking here.
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