Saturday, February 21, 2015

Carvin Audio Duo Sessions NAMM Show

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Carvin Audio Duo Sessions NAMM Show Jon's archive #NAMM Show #CarvinAudio #HammondOrgans #JJGuitars Youtube Organist Jon Hammond and Joe Berger guitar Duo Session in Carvin Audio NAMM Show stand, special thanks Carson Kiesel and Carvin Team - Joe Berger is playing custom "Wildman" JJ Guitar, Jon Hammond at the Hammond Sk1 organ through Carvin powered speakers. Original Jon Hammond composition "Lydia's Tune" ©JON HAMMOND International - Associated Musicians of Greater New York, Local 802 AFM - American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers (ASCAP) - The NAMM Show - Carvin Audio CNN iReport Vimeo Dailymotion Jon Hammond Band Facebook Photographs must be credited Lawrence Gay Courtesy of Jon Hammond Jon Hammond Band L to R Joe Berger, Alex Budman, Dom Famularo, Chuggy Carter, Koei Tanaka, Jon Hammond Jon's archive Youtube Vimeo The Jon Hammond Show Broadcast Feb. 21, 2015 MNN TV Channel 1 Community Channel ©JON HAMMOND International Photographs must be credited Lawrence Gay Courtesy of Jon Hammond Important Note: These photographs are embedded with i.d. info and must be credited as follows verbatim: Master Photographer Lawrence Gay Courtesy of Jon Hammond Library - Jon Hammond Funk Unit NAMM Showcase Lunch Set ©JON HAMMOND International CNN iReport JOHNNY DEPP, ALICE COOPER AND JOE WALSH ROCKED NAMM From Australian Musician Magazine - LINK:


One of the less-covered gigs at NAMM this year was the Duesenberg party featuring Johnny Depp and friends, partly due to the “no pro camera” policy I guess. Depp has become somewhat of a regular at NAMM and last year jammed with Aerosmith. This year Alice Cooperand Joe Walsh teamed up with Depp to deliver the most rockin’ event of the trade show.
Beginning the night was Brian Ray’s band The Bayonettes, who played an hour of original and cover material. Brian has been a regular member of Paul McCartney’s band for over a decade. Next up was Johnny Depp himself, together with some old friends bassist Bruce Witkin and guitarist Joey Malone, and yet another member of Paul McCartney’s band, resident drummer Abe Laborial Jr. The band was introduced as the “No Name Band”, probably because they are a loose bunch of players and not a serious project. The boys played two original songs before introducing legendary musician Joe Walsh who sat in for the rest of their set. Together the band performed Funk 49, Rocky Mountain Way, Walk Away and a cover of Search And Destroy. Not to be outdone, Alice joined the core band for a swift and merciless run through of true rock n roll classics – Brown Sugar, Revolution, I’m Eighteen, School’s Out, Come Together and My Generation.
The guitar played by Depp auctioned for charity. Pic by Jon Hammond
Two charities benefitted from the night’s gig via the auction of a Duesenberg guitar signed by the artists on the night. One of those charities is a foundation which was founded by Italian master chef Bruno Serato. Bruno feeds around 1,200 hungry impoverished children every day with Pasta via his charity called “Caterina’s Club”. The other charity is Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Center, saving kids one guitar at a time from going into gang life.
Internationally renown Hammond organ player and friend to Australian Musician, Jon Hammond captured some footage of the night. You can watch it here.
There are also some photos courtesy of Jon and also by Kyler Clark, @CerealKyler from Alice Cooper’s website



Carvin Audio, NAMM Show, Carson Kiesel, Jazz Fusion, Jon Hammond, Joe Berger, ASCAP Composer, Lydia, Bossa Nova, Hammond Organs, Sk1, JJ Guitars, Musicians Union, Local 802, Johnny Depp

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