Greg Koch & Roscoe Beck Perform at the Fender Guitars Booth (Part 3 of 5) • NAMM 2012





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Published on Jan 31, 2012

Greg Koch, Roscoe Beck, and Dylan Koch are back, and they're ready to slow things down, get a little funky and smooth, and serenade you into a saucy state of serenity. Sit back and groove to "Rhumba Nhumba 9," an original Roscoe Beck funk-capade. Live from the Fender booth at 2012's NAMM Show, this trio of doom will make you melt with this one.

Greg Koch: http://bit.ly/1g1xQOi
Roscoe Beck: http://bit.ly/OxKCcP
Site: http://bit.ly/19iZ55t‬

~ Greg Koch Bio ~
Hailing from the frigid wasteland of northern Wisconsin comes a beast the likes of which the world has never known. Greg Koch, a beast of both persona and guitar-mastery, couples his sickeningly magnetic personality with the guitar to create a style of playing that is both completely unique and deplorable at the same time. As a huge fan of the legendary Big Jim Hendricks Greg has taken all that is good and righteous about blues guitar and warped it into a ridiculously fantastic amalgamation of melodic defilement and mind-blowing creativity. Over the years Greg has shared the stage with everyone from Joe Bonamassa to Les Paul himself, never relenting, never ceasing to bring the ruckus.

~ Roscoe Beck Bio ~
There are times when there is a giant in your midst, and you don't even know it. Roscoe Beck is that giant amongst men. Resident Austin and LA musician Beck has been dominating the music scene for years. Having recorded and toured with Leonard Cohen, Robben Ford, and Eric Johnson, Beck has been around the world and back numerous times. The release of his solo album found the likes of David Grissom, James Cotton, and the aforementioned greats listed above contributing a lick or two. Beck even earned his own signature bass from the masters at Fender Music Instruments.

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