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The Hump is excited to welcome our guest this week! Bassist, film and TV composer, David Schwartz! Tune in to find out why this episode is called, "Happy Accidents!"
💥Did you know...
➡️ David grew up on Long Island, NY and his first upright bass teacher was Bob Haggart (Haggard)?
➡️ While attending Berklee, David did a 2 week stint with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, led by Eddie Daniels! 😲
➡️ His first full time TV composing job was for Northern Exposure, for which he was GRAMMY nominated and won multiple BMI awards for! 💯
➡️ David has composed titles themes and music for Arrested Development, Veep, Deadwood and MUCH more ! 🌟💪
Check out David!
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Los Angeles jazz bassist and vocalist.
Following her prodigious beginnings on bass at age 8 and studies under renowned vocalist Tierney Sutton at 12, Thiroux was mentored by the legendary bassist John Clayton and was awarded a Phil Ramone Presidential Scholarship to Berklee College of Music while gaining experience on the bandstand with artists including Terrell Safford, Terri Lyne Carrington, Branford Marsalis, Larry Fuller, Ken Peplowski, Jeff Clayton, Patti Austin, Geri Allen, Helen Sung, Charles McPherson, and dozens of others.
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