What do you call someone that plays the bass?

– (sings) – A genius (sings)

Gus:

Yeah, it’s pretty bad to know the name of that guitarist that plays the bass – (sings) – A genius


Kam:

I’m the guitar player – (sings) – A genius (sings)
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Erik:

And the bassist is a genius – (sings) – A genius

Wesley:

Yeah – so, I think that’s quite a list – (sings) – A genius (sings)

Kam:

I hope – oh! It just came and hit me, I hope nobody sees it – (laughs)

Dennis:

You know what one thing about this tour is – that kind of puts my head in a spin. A couple of years ago in Australia I was walking around the airport in my little wheelchair and one of the tour guides gave me a tour of the place. It was a very cool tour because it was a lot different than where we are now and I mean it’s a lot different being in a wheelchair but it’s also a very friendly, relaxed atmosphere really and people were happy to have me. It was sort of a reminder of what they’re used to and what I’m used to but also how much better things are going to be with these guys because here I am in a wheelchair and it seems so easy.

Kam:

Yeah, so, so this was amazing. We got to play with the Dead on the tour. I think we played probably 20 shows together. And, we really did get to meet all of these people. The Dead is a great, great band. We had such a wonderful time with them. So thank you so much for having us. And I think we did really great work.

Dennis:

Oh, I had a great time with you all.

Wesley:

I had an amazing time with you and I hope it’s going to be you all the time.

Gus:

I hope so as well, yeah.

Kam:

And, thanks for coming out here and being part of this tour which was great and I think you all did a great job.

Gus:

The people that were there and we’re all so glad to be there. We’re glad to be here. I know all the guys are looking