Asbury Park | New Jersey

Wim-Bash

July 04, 2016 at 6pm

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A sought-after bass guitar master, Doug Wimbish records and performs with a diverse roster of talent.

Wimbish, a native of Bloomfield, Conn., started playing the guitar when he was 12 years old. First moved by the sounds of Miles Davis, George Clinton and Sly & the Family, Wimbish also found inspiration in his musically talented family—often lingering in his aunt’s music store. At the age of 16, while studying music theory at Hartford Conservatory, Wimbish discovered his passion for the bass.

From his early days with Sugarhill Records, to his pioneering work in hip-hop band TackHead and two-time GRAMMY Award-winning Living Colour, Wimbish is best described as a musical virtuoso. His resume reads like a who's who of rock, pop and hip-hop—having worked with The Rolling Stones, Mos Def, Depeche Mode, Madonna and Jeff Beck, to name just a few.

http://www.dougwimbish.com/


Opening act

Lakehouse Junior Pros

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Location

Springwood Ave, Asbury Park, NJ 07712, United States
Springwood Park
Springwood Ave, Asbury Park, NJ 07712, United States

Contact

Matt Hockenjos, Executive Director, Asbury Park Music Foundation
hockenjosm@gmail.com
908.907.3745
http://asburyparkmusiclives.org/

Location Info

Parking

Parking will be available on the lot across the street from the park on Springwood Avenue. There will also be free street parking available on Springwood Avenue. 

Park rules

There is no alcohol allowed at the public park. Guests may bring food an non-alcoholic beverages. Food will be available for purchase at the site. It is recommended that guests bring lawn chairs. 

Rain Location

The rain location of the event is the Asbury Park Transportation Center, located adjacent to the Police Department on Main Street in Asbury Park. The location is only 100 yards east of Springwood Park. Rain notice will be posted by 12:00pm the day of the event on the Asbury Park Music Foundation Facebook page, as well as on the Foundation's website

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