Reggie Hines, a diverse and explosive instrumentalist, is proud to be a New Yorker. Born and raised in the South Bronx of New York City, Reggie came from a very musical family and was spoon-fed various styles of music including the unorthodox sounds of Parliament Funkadelic, the never ending grooves of the “Godfather of Soul”, James Brown, the innovative transitions of Miles Davis and the conventional sounds of southern gospel. Mama Hines was a singer and you could hear daddy Hines during the wee hours of the morning jamming the night away. The constant influences of music were bound to have an impact on young Reggie.
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