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From left to right - Steve Holly, Bobby Nathan, Danny Lewis and David Santos In 1993 Bobby formed the Bobby Nathan Blues Band a nine piece band playing sizzling Texas rock And of couse, Bobby Nathan on guitar and vocals. Bobby continueds to play around the New York City Area and always has NYC's top players in his band. Bobby Nathan, native New Yorker began playing Guitar in 1959. His early bands played at School, Temple and Church dances. What do expect, Bobby was age 11. All through High School this continued. In 1965 Bobby played his first entire Summer at Cartret Club All through the seventies, Bobby toured the States with "Strawberry" playing Top 40 at club up and down the eastern seacoast. Strawberry was very popular on the Jersey shore especially The Kernels Garter, The Playpen, The Headliner, The Bamboo Bar. Strawberry worked through Norby Walters Agency and backed up The Angels, The Chiffons, The Crystals, Dion and the Belmonts and many others. The band became the house band at New York's Max's Kansas City in 1974. In 1976 Bobby formed the band Uptown and played all the disco clubs including In 1979 Bobby and his partner/wife Joanne opened Unique Recording Studios in New York City. In 1983, Bobby opened the worlds first midi recording studio known as Midi City. This set the trend for all music recorded today. Bobby worked as a consultant for Yamaha for the entire DX synthesizer line including the DX-7. Bobby was the first to promote sampling and worked building sound libraries for Emu Systems Emulator and Emulator II. Bobby was the first to sample James Brown's screams and Led Zeppelin's drums into a sample. Bobby was also a columnist for Keyboard Magazine, Mix Magazine and Record Engineer and Producer Magazine and his articles on Midi are still being published today in book form. As the Midi reputation grew so did the clientele that came to Unique. Bobby has had the pleasure to work with the following artists at Unique In 1990 Bobby formed a group called Total Recall a nine piece group made up of many of the studio musicians who have recorded at the studio and began playing clubs in the New York City area. In 1991 Bobby formed The Memphis Soul Review
Tape Recorder Maintenance Tips by Bobby Nathan, apparently originally published in Keyboard magazine
Riverhead Blues Festival
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Long Island Blues Society
[IMG] Bobby NathanLong Island Blues SocietyBobby Nathan Bobby Nathan In 1993 Bobby formed the Bobby Nathan Blues Band a nine piece band playing sizzling Texas rock and blues in the likes of Stevie Ray Vaughn but with a horn section. Bobby was also a columnist for Keyboard Magazine, Mix Magazine and Record Engineer and Producer Magazine and his articles on Midi are still being published today in book form. For more info about Bobby go to his website!Bobby Nathan 4:50pm - 5:40pm
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