bass fiddle


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Recent Examples on the Web Band members include Alex Berman on banjo and vocals, Ben Kolakowski on guitar and vocals, Alex Tocco on fiddle and vocals, Ryan Rogers on mandolin and Colin Rappa on bass fiddle. Susan Soldavin, Howard County Times, "Summer rocks with musical events and more [Clarksville]," 6 July 2018 Daigle is a guitarist, while Wills plays bass guitar and bass fiddle. Don Maines, Houston Chronicle, "‘LC Roots’ band has deep ties to area," 1 June 2018 The Neverly Brothers put a fresh twist on throwback tunes with their three-man band that utilizes an upright bass fiddle and a minimalist drum kit that is played standing up by Kegham Giragosian, who is the singer/guitarist's brother. Bob Kostanczuk, Post-Tribune, "Neverly Brothers take audiences on journey of retro-rock sounds," 14 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of bass fiddle

1836, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of bass fiddle was in 1836

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