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Genres You Will Love
Blues: Blues-Rock Moods: Mood: Upbeat

By Location
United States - United States

Links
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7h4HcnOEHU&feature=youtu.be https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Definitely-Late-Project-Never-Too-Late/431328136921816?fref=ts

Definitely Late Project

Bio for Victor Lunsford -
Growing up in the 1950's, I imitated Elvis Presely with a crank-handle toy guitar and sang "Hound Dog" all the time.
That's how I started my love guitar and music. In the ealry 1960's I fell in love with the British Invasion, especially
The Beatles. George Harrison was my favorite and inspired me to play a real guitar.
I also own now and used on the NTL cd, a 1974 Fender Stratocaster, 2010 Gibson Epiphone Les Paul Deluxe Edition,
2010 Fender Squier Telecaster,a 1976 Hofner 182 electric bass and a Fender Frontman 15G amp. For special effect boxes
that were used, Cry-Baby Wah-WahGCB-95,Arion Digital Delay DDM-1, Marshall "The Guv'nor, First Act MX520 Chorus,
Danelectro Fab Flange and Yamaha DD-6 drum machine.
Favorite bass players are the following, Paul McCartney, Chris Squire and Doug Pinnick.
Favorite guitar players are the following, George Harrison, Robin Trower, Steve Howe,
Chet Atkins and of course Jimi Hendrix. My favorite singer is James Dewar from the Robin Trower band.
So, in my very, very late 50's, Alberto emailed Bobby and me asking if we could help with a dream of his, to make a cd.
We both agreed and that's how the Definitely Late Project was born! I composed the music for tracks 06-07 & 09-13.
I never made a cd, so here was an opportunity I was not going to pass up on. I also got to use my sound engineering
and cd cover artwork skills, both of which I'm very fond and proud of.
I did some early rough demos and outtakes of my own that I played all guitars and bass, "The VCL Band", from
1975-1978 and 1991-1995 and can be found on the "13Luckyvic" YouTube website,
http://www.youtube.com/user/13Luckyvic.

Bio for Robert DeBruyn, Jr. -
Bobby studied music at Southwestern College, Chula Vista, California, San Jose City College,
and California State University, Hayward.In College Bobby studied the upright Bass and played
with the college orchestra and jazz ensemble.
His early influences were the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Cream and Led Zepplin.
His older brother Andy turned him on to Wes Montgomery, the jazz guitarist. So after that Bobby
started listening to Miles Davis and John Coltrane. These musicians had a great influence on Bobby
while he was studying jazz in college.
Bobby currently plays electric bass with blues man Bill Nehl. They mostly play at coffee houses and
open mics in the Pacific Northwest.
On the " Never Too Late" cd Bobby composed 6 of the songs and Alberto wrote the lyrics.
Bobby lives in Seattle Washington with his wife Jamie and daughter Mandy.
Bobby is also a prolific painter. He likes working with acrylic and watercolor. check out his
website of music and art - www.artgirlstudios.com.

Bio for Alberto Pick -
Alberto wrote all lyrics with some slight changes from Bobby and Victor. Alberto played all harp parts
and sang on tracks 06-07, 09 and 11-12.