Bass Magazine Lockdown Check-In With Bunny Brunel

We're checking in with bass players all over the globe to see how they're staying busy and hanging in during the current lockdown

Bass Magazine Lockdown Check-In With Bunny Brunel

We're checking in with bass players all over the globe to see how they're staying busy and hanging in during the current lockdown

As the world continues to recover from the Coronavirus, we're all finding ourselves in unfamiliar territory given the subsequent lockdown that is keeping us off of stages and confined to our homes. Luckily, there's comfort in the fact that we're all in this together, and that there are still many outlets for us musicians to keep us active and sane throughout this quarantine. We're checking in with bass players from all over the world to see what they're doing to stay entertained, healthy, productive, and safe during this trying time.Bass Player: Bunny BrunelBands & Artists: Chick Corea, Tony Williams, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Stanley Clarke, CAB, Solo artistHome: Los Angeles, California How have you been passing time during the lockdown?I’ve been staying pretty close to my usual routine: I wake up, play tennis, take a shower and work on new music in my studio. I’ve done some remote sessions. I played on a killer song composed by Fredde Aberg called “The Color of Life.
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Chris Jisi   By: Chris Jisi