Groove Academy| Funky Friday #9 – Sir Duke Tutti Line

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In this 9th installment of the Groove Academy’s Funky Friday series you will learn how to play the bass portion of the famous tutti line in “Sir Duke” by Stevie Wonder.

“Tutti” – is an Italian music term that means “all together”. Play  this lick “wrong” and you might not get a call back :-) . Enjoy!
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I am a bassist and music teacher originally from New Orleans. In addition to a busy as a sideman in various projects I am the local bassist for the legendary co-founder of the Original Meters, Zigaboo Modeliste.

I have  been blessed to have shared stages with Outkast, the Black Eyed Peas, Evanescence, Maroon 5, The Donnas, the Dave Mathews Band, the Roots, Longview, Crossfade, Better than Ezra, Collective Soul, the Dresdon Dolls and Raphael Saadiq .

I have also played and recorded with members of Smashmouth and members of Michael Bolton, Shania Twain, Janet Jackson & David Bowie’s backing bands.

I am a proud endorser of:
Aguilar Amplification
MXR Bass Innovations, Jim Dunlop
Mono Cases
Mike Lull Custom Guitars
Gruv Gear


 

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