Terence Higgins Performs with Swampgrease in New Orleans
Pearl Artist, Terence Higgins, has released some truly stellar new live footage from his most recent gig with Swampgrease II, filmed live from The Maple Leaf Bar in New Orleans, LA. The footage, which can be viewed below, includes three masterful performances of the tracks “Cobb Salad”, “Funny Funk HaHa”, and “Def of Fusion”, the latter of which transitions into a tremendous rendition of the legendary Billy Cobham track “The Pleasant Pheasant”. A funk-fusion super-group that also includes Nigel Hall on keys and Calvin Turner on bass, along with guitar virtuosos Andrew Block and John Notto, Terence Higgins’ Swampgrease II is gigging behind their sophomore studio release, Rage ‘Til Sunrise, which was released in early 2013 and hosts the original tracks performed below. Rage ‘Til Sunrise is currently available for download through all major online music retailers.
For Terence Higgins, this hometown gig served as an opportunity to get back behind his hometown Masters Custom Series drum set- which carries the same 6-ply, all-maple shell configuration found in the current Masters MCX line- topped with his go-to 14x6.5 maple/mahongany Free Floating snare drum. More information on Terence Higgins, including full kit specs on his Masters Series drums, can be found here.
Terence Higgins Performs with Swampgrease in New Orleans - VideoSwampgrease- “Def of Fusion/Pleasant Pheasant”
Terence Higgins Performs with Swampgrease in New Orleans - VideoSwampgrease- “Cobb Salad”
Terence Higgins Performs with Swampgrease in New Orleans - VideoSwampgrease- “Funny Funk”