Dean Markley Offers Scholarship for The Women’s Music Summit

Dean Markley Offers Scholarship for The Women’s Music Summit

Dean Markley Offers Scholarship for The Women’s Music Summit… Dean Markley USA today announces a scholarship opportunity for The Women’s Music Summit, scheduled for August 27-31 at the Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, NY.  This immersive week-long program is dedicated to helping female musicians learn their craft.  Female players of all instruments and skill-levels are […]

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Bass Musician Magazine, a Virtual Bass Magazine Designed For Bass Players and Bass Professionals, is unlike any other as far as content is concerned. We feature a world class staff of diverse and extremely experienced bass players in their own field, covering not just the more or less "how to" approach, but looking into the methodology and personal experiences these players have to offer as well to gain insight on what we hope to make the focal point of this magazine, that being, becoming a better "musician". Bass Musician Magazine features articles on the most influential players (known and unknown) of the day. Our regular columns cover a vast amount of musical territory with a diverse look at any and all pertinent info that will aid what we feel should be the main focus of any aspiring bassist, finding "your own voice". We also present an unprecedented audio and video architecture within our virtual pages. We blend the "You Tube" experience with the educational process to better enhance your musical awareness and growth. We feature "up and coming" playersThrough our own experience with MySpace, Facebook and Twitter, we have seen, heard and connected with some truly talented players and we will do our best to bring these unknown talents to the forefront and give them the exposure they deserve. As far as Bass Musician Magazine reviews are concerned, whether it is CD's, DVD's, books, or musical gear, we will take the time to prescreen for our readers whatever has been presented to us, and review only what in our opinion is a viable option for our readers to consider, so it becomes not just a "review" we're offering, but a "recommendation" as well in hopes of guiding our audience to some alternatives they may or may not have known about that we feel deserves attention. As Bass Musician Magazine continues to develop, we welcome any comments you may have, and look forward to bringing together the "world wide" bass community.