Ambassador Magazine has posted a great article on the celebration of Detroit's music industry and its tradition by interviewing a group of Detroit music veterans.
Below is an excerpt from the article that features Twisted Brown Trucker keyboardist, the "legendary" Jimmie Bones!
Although Jimmie Bones spends much of his time playing rock and roll keyboards for Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker, he says, not only Motown, but all of the soul labels, Stax, Volt, whatever Its religion to me. Bones confesses that when he isnt playing music or learning new songs, he listens to old soul music and rock bands like The Faces and The Rolling Stones who were inspired by it."
"In addition to the competition, Detroit musicians are not only willing, but are enthusiastic about collaborating with one another. Everybody mixes together, Bones says, and we all kind of add our own little flavors to everybody elses thing.
"All of these elements meld with Detroits blue-collar work ethic to inspire boundless creativity and originality.It makes you want to try something new, build something from the ground up, and make it the best it can be, Bones says."
Read the entire article by Ambassador Magazine, HERE.
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