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Bob Wilson

SEAWIND. The name in the LA music scene is legendary. Maybe it was the smooth jazz sound in the 70’s that captivated people. Maybe it was the monster musicians who were playing in the band. Maybe it was the lead singer’s sultry and sexy vocals. And maybe it was all about timing. But SEAWIND made it’s presence known starting with a gig at the famous Baked Potato in LA in front of some of the most heavy-hitting people in the music biz. And that was the beginning of the SEAWIND sound that eventually took the LA music scene by storm. When Bob Wilson connected with Larry Williams, Jerry Hey and Kim Hutchcroft, and a few others musicians, he never realized that today the SEAWIND sound would be alive and well. But it is. On this episode of Inside MusiCast we chat with Bob Wilson, founder of the group that today needs no introduction to music aficionados.

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