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Ademola Adegun

I was born and raised in Lagos Nigeria (West Africa). When I was 10 years old, my brothers taught me how to beat the drums. At the beginning I like drumming, but later I got tired of it and will like to move to strings and winds instrument. I join the school band learning how to play saxophone, later I found out that this is not what I want. When I was 23yrs of age,my brother (Victor) show me how to play string (Guitar) instrument. After College I developed interest in playing the Bass guitar.I got hooked into playing Jazz after listening to several Jazz bass musicians like Jaco Pastorius,Dave Carpenter,Victor Bailey,John Partitucci, Jeff Berlin and many more


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