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Blues Guitarist Tim Bastmeyer Teams With Seasoned Bassist Jerome Tucker for a New CD and show that is sure to get you up and moving on the dance floor. Set for release in Summer 2013, the new CD will feature the duo of Tim Bastmeyer on guitar and vocals and Jerome Tucker on bass and vocals. Corey Richardson is on the drums, Scott Daniels on keys, and guest appearances from Jerome Godboo on harmonica, and Richard Thornton, (jack De Keyzer Band), on sax.
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Jerome Tucker grew up in Philadelphia and started playing the electric bass at age 10, By the age of 16 he was performing in clubs in the Philly area. During his time in the US Navy he had the opportunity to perform with Aaron and Ivan Neville throughout Alabama, New Orleans and the Southern USA. Tucker moved to Chicago in 1996 sharing the stage with artists such as Chico Banks, Lurrie Bell, John Primer, Lonnie Brooks, Son Seals, Koko Taylor, Larry McCray, Buddy Guy and more.
Tim Bastmeyer is a Canadian blues singer/songwriter. He has performed throughout North America, as well as the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Scotland and England. Bastmeyer’s most recent self-titled recording was released in late 2011 and was produced and engineered by Bastmeyer, received significant airplay and reviews, reaching #34 on The Roots Report. Featuring Juno award winning blues artist Julian Fauth on piano, James Thomson on bass and Corey Richardson on drums, this release is much different than Bastmeyer’s 2010 recording, a solo acoustic blues recording titled Graveyard. When not on tour Bastmeyer can be found at his recording studio.