Chuck Rainey in Concert

CASA NARANJA BASS GUITAR SERIES PRESENTS - CHUCK RAINEY 8 p.m. - Concert with Chuck Rainey followed by post-concert discussion with the artist As the most recorded bass player in the history of recorded music, Chuck Rainey is a legend in R&B, Pop and Fusion circles. His bass playing on successful television shows, motion pictures and numerous famous recordings illustrate his well-known and legendary style, feel, and concept for the instrument and its role in organized music. His unique bass lines accent numerous commercials and are an integral part of today's music across many music viewing and listening fronts. He has played on 17 platinum or gold records and with five artists who are in The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. Just a few notable album credits include: Aretha Franklin, King Curtis, Louis Armstrong, Harry Belafonte, The Supremes, Patti Labelle, Quincy Jones, and Steely Dan. He has recorded three solo albums and is just finishing up a soon-to-be released fourth album, part of which he will be debuting here at Stanford.

When:
Tuesday, January 26, 2010. 8:00 PM.
Approximate duration of 2 hour(s).
Where:
Roble Hall Theater, 374 Santa Teresa Street, Stanford, CA (Map)
Audience:
General Public
Faculty/Staff
Students
Alumni/Friends
Members
Tags:
Arts
Performance
Music
Sponsor:
Casa Naranja & Stanford Residential Education Charles F. Riddell Fund Roble Hall
Contact:
Rod Taylor, 650-721-6093
rctaylor@stanford.edu
Admission:

Free

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