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David Bagsby

Primary Instrument: Guitar

Born: September 4, 1960    

David Bagsby is a Cherokee musician, film maker, photographer and composer born in Tulsa, OK and now residing in Kansas City, MO.

He has studied under Jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan. His music encompasses progressive/symphonic rock, humanly impossible rhythmic hierarchies, translated nature recordings, acoustic guitar works.

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    Hallucinographs

    Cristal Records
    2006
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”I enjoyed your original take on contemporary progressive music. Keep up the great work” Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull)

“Nice to know someone is still making interesting music” Kerry Livgren (Kansas)

“I think he does some great stuff.” Dave Stewart (Bruford/National Health)

“the outer fringe of progressive rock” Titus Levi (Keyboard Magazine)

“Wonderful, excellent work” Mike Keneally (Zappa/Steve Vai)

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