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Joe Bainbridge
Contact: E-Mail (artpaul) 
Date Born/Group Began: Oct 2007 (MRJE) 
Date Died/Group Ended: Active (MRJE) 
Also Known As:
The Michael Ray Johnson Experiment (MRJE)
September 2007

As a solo performer Joe relies on solid acoustic guitar playing to present instrumental music in a myriad of styles. His vocal tunes rely on interesting twists and turns coupled with intelligent original lyrics as well as covers tunes done "A La Joe". As always there is a touch of silliness thrown in for good measure. Joe's solo instrumental music is reminiscent of artists such as Michael Hedges, Billy McLaughlin and Steve Morse. His vocal tunes ebb and flow between folk and pop motifs underlined with a "Rock & Roll" sensibility.

As a band the Michael Ray Johnson Experiment pays homage to Joe's Rock and blues influences running the gamut from artist such as Eric Johnson and Stevie Ray Vaughn to the acoustic driven Rock/Pop of Matchbox 20 and Sister Hazel. The band is currently not performing due to Joe's reduced playing schedule.

For more information please go to the official artist WEB site:
The Art Paul Tribute is an eclectic collection of tunes from the extensive Art Pual Discography covered and in many cases totally re-done by a wide veriety of artists. Some takes are in keeping with the originals but some take a new, fresh and in some cases surprisingly serious angle on these Art Paul Originals. New ground is coverd in Jazz, pop, old time, rock, folk and punk. An interesting CD with a few laugh out loud moments all presented in high quality audio. - MRJE

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Messages about the artist: "Joe Bainbridge"

MRJE   Offline  -  Member  -  11-07-07 09:15 AM  -  16 years ago
Thanks to Art Paul Schlosser for putting the Tribure CD together and helping promote all the artists represented on it. It was a fun project to work on.
karlap   Offline  -  Artist  -  01-23-12 02:18 PM  -  12 years ago
The "See Also:" entries for "Freddy Martin & His Orchestra f/ Jack Fina" and "Biscuithead & the Biscuit Badgers" appear to be a system bug; there are no members in common.
artpaul   Offline  -  Artist  -  02-04-12 01:13 PM  -  12 years ago
Yes I agree with Karl
Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  02-04-12 07:30 PM  -  12 years ago
Yes, no common members are on any of the pages, so it shouldn't be linked. This may have happened when this function was changed last Fall.


The "See Also:" entries for "Freddy Martin & His Orchestra f/ Jack Fina" and "Biscuithead & the Biscuit Badgers" appear to be a system bug; there are no members in common.
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