Band: King's X
From 1988′s Out of the Silent Planet to 2008′s XV, King’s X have refined and reinvented their intoxicating sound and Beatle-esque harmonies. 1989′s charting Gretchen Goes To Nebraska was hailed as “taking their unique sounds to unprecedented heights of invention and inspiration.” Throughout, Doug Pinnick’s originality and technical bass prowess – along with the band’s unmatched vocal arrangements – defines King’s X enthralling mix of metal, pop, funk and rock.
An American prog metal band, King’s X is often described as a Christian inspired rock group with sophisticated music and vocal arrangements, in part because of the spiritual aspect of their lyrics. Reflecting each band member’s personal faith rather than a religious agenda, King’s X nevertheless was a non-denominational hit with tech metal rock fans around the world.
Dean “Dino” Monoxelos has been a bass player since the age of 13. Some 32 years later he’s still perfecting his craft. Born from the James Jamerson and Duck Dunn school of playing, he relies on two very important fundamentals … more »
Band: Kid Rock / Madonna / Stevie Nicks
Born and raised in Detroit, Michael honed his bass groove amidst a remarkable time; a time when Motown was sweeping the nation. Luckily for Madonna, Kid Rock and many others, he took a more ‘rock’ oriented style, and the rest … more »
Band: Rorschach Test / Sympathetic Injection
Jason Buttino began his music career in New York since 5 years of age training in vocals, studying classical piano, playing drums and performing then became serious when He chose to study vocals with the Famous David Kyle, known as … more »