Feb 4, 2022
All music used by permission of all performers of the Eddie Baccus Sr Tribute Show. Eddie Baccus Sr was a Hammond B3 master and the soul of Cleveland jazz. He got his start with Rahsaan Roland Kirk playing clubs in the Euclid and East 105th Street neighborhood in Cleveland in the 1960s and those shows are nothing less than legendary.
Eddie Baccus passed away on January 23rd, 2022, and his friends and fellow musicians gathered to spend an evening celebrating his life and legacy.
With a lineup of musicians that includes Ernie Krivda, Joe Lovano, Cecil Rucker and Kip Reed on bass among many others, here's part two of this tribute to Eddie Baccus Sr, Live at The Bop Stop.
This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio with additional production by Graham Rosen and editing for WOBC and WNPA provided by Dr. Pete Naegele and for our podcast and other affiliates by Shawn Gilbert and Carsen Gilbert at GilAzar media.
The Executive Producer is Daniel Peck.
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