Legends take the stage with Uriah on bass.
& the Family Stone Members reunite, sans Larry n Sly.
Brides of Funkenstein-
George Clinton's Funk Diva Dawn Silva returns
with Uriah providing the bottom!
- Fuse Traditional Flamenco with the
intensity of Speed Metal. Add 2 hot dancers.
HipHop from Oakland with a pop edge.
Brewster - Guitarist, Singer &
Songwriter... for a cause and good music.
Wolf - An amazing vocal talent,
with flavors of R&B, World, Hip-Hop and Reggae.
- Arguably the funkiest Diva since Chaka. Even
Chaka says so!
Luther - Front man for The Roots
spins his own Rebel Soul Music.
Born - Hip-Hop from the East Bay.
Coup - Politically charged rap and
party music from Oakland.
Tony Toné - Original Oakland R&B. Catch
me on select dates with Dwayne & the fellas.
101 - All Star tribute to Sly &
the Family Stone & Graham Central Station, with original
Doom Patrol - Rock. Soul. Metal.
Pop. Prince meets Nirvana/Rage
Inc. - Joe
Satriani Prodigé Doug Doppler rock a new kind of instrumental
metal with his 7-string guitars!
Jones - Joe
Satriani protegé Danny Jones plays good ol' fashioned
Roc n' Roll with his instrumental trio.
- Guitarist Sanford S. plays smooth
jazzy lines & hip-hop & funk grooves.
Robert Stewart Experience - What
can I say? Robert Stewart is THE jazz saxxest of our time! you've
gotta see him!
Gregory - Jazz guitarist
also plays Blues, Funk & R&B
Orchestra - Uriah is a regular
guest with this 20-piece Drum n Bass Orchestra. Check 'em out!
n' A - For all you old rockers
out there, Carmine Appice, Pat Travers
and myself recorded and album! Almost everywhere on the web
affiliates their friend TM Stevens as the bassist, but it was
I who worked on and recorded the bass lines for 12 or so tracks
in three days in a small San Fernando Valley studio! Here's
an interview with Pat where I'm mentioned correctly!
an interview with Carmine where he mentions me, but says T.M.
is my idol. Now, no offense to T.M., but I just don't know much
about him or his playing. I do have a feeling we'd get along
because we're both funky and crazy. Here's
another lil tidbit on a bulletin board.