Dave LaRue | Hub City Kid

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Hub City Kid

by Dave LaRue

World renowned bassist, Dave LaRue's, solo album available fully re-mastered with TWO brand new bonus tracks
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Bomblast
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2. Hub City Kid
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3. Glass
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4. Chubby Red
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5. Police Work
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6. Juanita
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7. Young Circle
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8. Fool's Circle
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9. Mechanics & Carpentry
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10. First Tomorrow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
DAVE LARUE is widely accepted as one of today's greatest modern electric bassists. He's been awarded the "Lifetime Achievement Award for the Advancement of Bass Guitar" and as a member of the Dixie Dregs and the Steve Morse Band, has been touring and recording since 1988. He's also worked with fellow modern musical greats, Joe Satriani, G3, Dream Theater's John Petrucci, Vinnie Moore, Planet X, Steve Lukather, Mike Stern, Eric Johnson, Steve Vai, Albert Lee, Paul Gilbert, Tony MacAlpine, Rik Emmett (Triumph). He's also worked and recorded with renown rock & mainstream artists such as Deep Purple, Bruce Hornsby, Tommy Lee and Vince Neil (Motley Crue), and Ace Frehley (Kiss) to name a few.
For the FIRST time, Dave LaRue's critically acclaimed solo album HUB CITY KID, is available to buy in all
quality music stores & available online for the 1st time.

Hub City Kid features Mike Stern, Van Romaine, Glenn Alexander T Lavitz and Rod Morganstein The album is completely remastered and includes two stunning brand new tracks - "BOMBAST" and "FIRST TOMORROW". Which perfectly compliment the original recordings of Hub City Kid & give a glimpse of whats to come from Dave, who plans to release a new album in the fall. Keep a look out for Dave Larue tour dates as he plans to do dates througout the US to celebrate the release of Hub City Kid.

You can find out more by visiting www.holographicrecords.com, www.myspace.com/holographiclabel, and the Holographic Records Facebook page.

Along with being awarded his lifetime achievement, Dave's been nominated for Two Grammy's as a member of the Dixie Dregs, in 1992 for "Bring 'Em Back Alive", and in 1994 for "Full Circle". Dave has finished in the top 10 in the "Best Overall" category in the Bass Player magazine Readers Poll in 1993, '94, '95 and '96. He also finished third in the "Best Rock Bassist" category in Guitar Player magazine in 1994.

Dave's brief list of recordings besides the aforementioned Grammy nominated records includes, Steve Morse Band "Outstanding In Their Field" (2009), Various Artists "This Is Shredding, Vol. 2" (2009), Various Artists "Jam on Guitars" (2009), Vinnie Moore "Vinnie Moore Collection: The Shrapnel Years" (2006), Joe Satriani Live (2006), Joe Satriani Live DVD (2006), Steve Morse (solo) "Prime Cuts" (2005), G3 "Live In Tokyo" (2005), Dixie Dregs "California Screamin'" (2000), Deep Purple "In Concert with the London Symphony Orchestra" DVD (2000), Steve Morse Band "Structural Damage" (1995), Steve Morse Band "Coast To Coast" (1992), Steve Morse Band "Southern Steel" (1991).


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