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Danyel Morgan

Danyel Morgan

Unbelievable bass guitarist and singer Danyel Morgan is moving to the next level. Danyel is a self-taught bass guitarist and vocalist from Columbus, Ohio. As a child, Danyel was influenced by his father and began playing the bass with family members and gospel groups at the age of five. The first song he ever played was "Love & Happiness" by Al Green. Danyel also remembers his youthful days listening to his idol Stanley Clarke.

Around 2000, Danyel left Ohio to play and sing along with Warner recording artist Robert Randolph and the Family Band. The band has released two successful albums, which Danyel has either written or co-written and performed vocals on most of the songs including the 2003 Grammy Award-winning song entitled "Blind Boy of Alabama" and the two-time 2004 Grammy nominated song "Squeeze," which is the source music for a video game. The Family Band's Unclassified album won a 2004 Dove Award, and they performed at the 2004 Grammy Awards.

Danyel along with the band has toured the United States and Europe with Dave Matthews, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, The Neptunes, The Roots, John Mayer and many others. He has been featured on VH1, Conan O'Brien, The Tonight Show, Austin City Limits, The Grammys, MTV and many others.

Danyel has proven to be the show stopper and takes the audience to another level. He was even recruited by Eric Clapton and Carlos Santana to perform as a part of their stage show. Now with so much experience under his belt, Danyel is working on his solo project that he wants and hopes the world will enjoy.

 

Timothy B

Timothy Bailey Jr

On Tour with Judith Hill

At the end of September in the early 1980s, a young man named W. Timothy Bailey, Jr. was born into a musical family. The Kansan fell in love with the art around age 3, beating pots and pans, listening to jazz and gospel. By age 11 he was writing lyrics, and by 13, he was crafting tracks when not practicing violin or viola. Timothy studied at the Youth Performing Arts School in Louisville, KY as a sophomore and junior in High school, and graduated from Sumner Academy of Arts and Science in Kansas in 2002. Prior to moving to Los Angeles in 2004, Timothy majored in music technology at the Kansas City Kansas Community College where he also sharpened his jazz chops.

During ths time Timothy also became a first call bassist on the KC gospel scene, accompanying legends like Richard Smallwood, Kim Burrell, and Dr. Bobby Jones among others. In 2005, Timothy graduated from the Los Angeles Music Academy, where he furthered his bass studies on a full scholarship. While in LA, he's been blessed to accompany artists like Denice Williams, Chante Moore, Kenny Latimore, Natalie Cole, Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson, Natasha Beddingfield, Too $hort, Brian Kennedy, Rachelle Ferrell, and many more, playing legendary venues like the Key Club, the House Of Blues, the Hollywood Bowl and everything in between. Timothy has appeared on television shows such as CDUSA, the KTLA Morning News and the Ellen DeGeneres show. He's traveled the country with the likes of Chris Brown, El DeBarge, Tyrese Gibson, J*Davey, Jamie Foxx, Lalah Hathaway, Gary Taylor and Billy Davis and Marilyn McCoo of 5th Dimension. Timothy spent a portion of 2006 touring with the award winning play "U Don't Know Me - The Musical", and in 2009 spent a month in Italy with Tyscott recording artist Cedric Ford and Heart Of Worship.

Lately, the bassist has been working with some of the world's most notable musicians like The Tonight Showís Paul Jackson, Jr, Wayne Linsey and Teddy Campbell, Soul Seekers John "Jubu" Smith, and Nisan Stewart, producers and world-class musicians Terrace Martin and Mike Bereal, and many others. Mr. Bailey is also quite active in the studio. His bass stylings were featured on Hidden Beachís ìUnwrapped Vol. 7 Back 2 Basicsî (where he played nearly all of the bass on the album). Tim, also become a trusted session musician for producers like Laythun Armor (Anita Baker, The Winans), JR Hutson (Jill Scott, Musiq Soulchild) and Boom Batt Productions (Nelly, Bobby Valentino). To date, the 28 year-old, who now goes by "Twizz" or "t.bailey", has placed songs on many major and independent albums. Among those, rapper Mims "Music Is My Savior", Rahsaan Patterson's "Wines and Spirits", and the Tamela Mann (of Tyler Perryís ìMeet The Brownsî fame) project entitled, ìThe Master Planî which spent over 50 weeks in the top 10 of Billboardís Gospel charts. He also produced and mixed the latest Terrell Carter (ìCrazy Lunatic Psycho Foolî) and Josh Vietti (ìStreet Violinî) projects in their entirety. Television shows that have featured his music include MTV Cribs and Laffapolooza. The ASCAP member whoís production was featured on albums nominated for Stellar Awards and BET Awards, grabbed the attention of FoxxKing Entertainment and BUG Music, who signed Timothy to a publishing deal in 2008. Twizz' name and production company "TooTwizzlin Productions" can be found along the pages of Billboard, XXL, Soultracks.com and Giant Magazine.

Timothy (now a husband and a father) serves as Music Director/Minister of Music at Community Bible Church in Pasadena, CA. He is the founder of the band called, ìThe WUNs (Whatever U Needs)î, co-founder of The WUNs Group (www.thewunsgroup.com) and co-founder of the new production group, ìThe Beat Traffickers.î But heíll be coming soon to a city, country, radio or television near you.

Dion Pierre

Bassist for Dwayne Dopsie and The Zydeco Hellraisers

http://www.dwaynedopsie.com/biography

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Antar Goodwin

http://www.antargoodwin.com/antargoodwin.com/Welcome.html

Groove is at the heart of Antar Goodwinís playing. This fact has made him one of New Yorkís first call players. Equally comfortable in the studio and on the stage, he has played electric and acoustic bass on many of NYCís best stages

Born in Philly, bassist and composer Antar Goodwin spent the early part of his life moving with his family. He had a desire to play that showed at a very early age. By the age of five, he was playing drums, and by seven piano and classical violin

When asked how he got started in music Antar states that ìmusic started in meî. His earliest memories are of plunking out melodies on his familyís worn out piano or beating out rhythms on chairs. His first set of drums was purchased after his parents realized that a used drum set was cheaper than new chairs. By the time he was in his teens he traded in his violin and was playing bass, piano and beginning to write songs.

Already a Berklee College of Music alum, Antar next received a scholarship to study at Kripalu, in Lenox MA. Here he met an older fellow traveler who had a measure of success in the music industry, but had become disillusioned with the direction in which he saw his career going. The two became instant friends. Antar spent the next sixty days listening to stories and absorbing musical concepts. It was his new mentor that gave him his first acoustic bass, and even more importantly, the conceptual foundation that would shape his sound for years to come.

The next experience would prompt him to start his own group. While in rehearsal with Abbey Lincoln, she pulled him aside and told him that he "was jazz, past and present and future" and that he "had all that [he] needed to be great, [he] just had to let it out."

Played/Toured/Recorded with:

Sting, MIZE, Ezina LeBlanc, Lauryn Hill, Tutu, PJ Cotroneo, Abbey Lincoln, Jae Paris, Big Nancy, Benny Golson, Lee Hogans, Johnny Allen, Ruth Brown, Mark D. Conklin, Pursuance, Matisyahu, Soul Cycle, Mean Venus, Nine Days, Mo’Soul, Spoonfed Soul, Patty Smythe, Last Tribe, Myleka, Glen Burtnik, Loose Booty, Rhoda Nkojo, Sharon Jones, Saria Idana, Lee Stone, Slam Allen, Kareem Walkes, Keith Marks, Sarina Bridgette Bach

 

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