BILLY SHEEHAN Talks About His Bass Clinic Tour; Video Available

Japan's WeROCK City conducted an interview with legendary bassist Billy Sheehan (MR. BIG, DAVID LEE ROTH, TALAS) earlier this month when he held a bass clinic in Tokyo. Billy talks about his 19-country bass clinic tour and introduces his brand new bass, Yamaha BB series, designed by Billy himself and Yamaha. Watch the footage at this location.

Billy Sheehan released his new solo album, "Holy Cow", in Japan on October 22 via JVC Victor. The CD was recorded at Billy's home studio in California and includes special guest players such as Billy Gibbons (ZZ TOP), Doug Pinnick (KING'S X), Paul Gilbert (MR. BIG, RACER X) and Tony MacAlpine.

WeROCK City is a virtual rock city (the mayor is Ronnie James Dio) and there is a virtual house of Billy Sheehan with his studio, kitchen, living room and closet to show all kinds of his personal items.


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