Banca dati musicale
nato il 14.2.1953 a Brooklyn, NY, Stati Uniti d'America
Carmine Rojas is a bass player who is best known as Rod Stewart's bass player and music director. He was born February 14, 1953 in Brooklyn, New York City.
With the efforts and support of his family, friends and professional relationships, Carmine has traveled the World earning the reputation as one of the most renowned and respected bass players in the industry.
While Carmine Rojas is best known as Rod Stewart's bass player and musical director for 13 years, he has also recorded, toured and played alongside many artists including, David Bowie, Keith Richards, Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder, Ronnie Wood, Stevie Ray Vaughan, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Mick Jagger, Peter Frampton, Al Green, Carly Simon, John Waite, Steve Winwood, Billy Joel, Herbie Hancock, Julian Lennon, Carole King, Bobby Womack, Sam Moore, Olivia Newton John, Carlos Santana, Labelle, Nona Hendryx, Michael Bolton, Allen Toussaint, Phil Ramone, Kevin Shirley, Charlie Sexton, Billy Squier, Jewel, Sass Jordan, Dave Mason, Mike Patton, Glenn Hughes, Nektar, Laura Pausini, Tetsuya Komuro and others. 
During his time with David Bowie, he played on one of Bowie's biggest hits, Let's Dance. He was introduced to Bowie by drummer Tony Thompson. Rojas and Thompson knew each other from playing together in Labelle.
In 1986, he worked as a studio musician on one track for Alphaville's album Afternoons in Utopia.
Carmine is currently recording and touring with blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa.
See Discography:all music guide
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