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Charlie Kniceley

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Primary Instrument: Bass

Born: June 21, 1949    

Charlie is best known as a consummate side man and has worked with a long list of artists including; Al Martino, Jerry Vale, Ron Carter, Eileen Fulton, Joe Beck, Ed Summerlin, Danny Lewis, Randy Ciarlante, Jack Dejohnette, Mike DeMicco, Warren Bernhardt, Pete Levin, Connie Francis, Danny Brubeck, Lew Soloff, Lou Marini and Rashid Ali... to name a few. Charlie is now leading his own groups; CBC-3 which includes Bob Shaut on saxes and Chris Bowman on drums, and PENAMACH which includes Pete Levin on Keyboards, Mark Dziuba on guitar and Nadav Snir Zelniker on drums. Living in upstate NY where there is an active music/jazz scene Charlie also performs with Mike Tobias in the MTD shop daily.

  • Blinga

    Self Produced
    2005

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Primary Instrument:
Bass

Location:
Rosendale, NY

Willing to teach:
Advanced students only.

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635-24 MTD Marilyn 635-24 MTD Fretless 535 Acoustic 635-24 MTD Genz Benz Shuttle 600 and 1200 Various EZ cabinets

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