Visiting Abbey Road in England, 2011.

Having fun with the Artimus Pyle Band!

Playing my 10th Anniversary Yamaha Attitude Billy Sheehan Bass with the Artimus Pyle Band. This bass is serial number 10 of 300 made.

At the Plaza Theater in Glasgow, Kentucky. With the Artimus Pyle Band.

On tour with Billy Bob Thornton.

Left to Right: Billy Bob Thornton, Eric Rhoades (drums), and me.

This is probably my very favorite picture of me and Billy Bob. Taken in the alley way of the Pub Station in Billings, Montana.

This is probably the most famous bass in all of rock n roll, Billy Sheehan's "WIFE" bass.

One of my very favorite memories, jamming with the one and only Merle Haggard backstage before our concert.

The one and only queen Dolly Parton.

This is a door decoration from the Rock Legend's Cruise. I was surprised they included me so large on the left!

The most recorded and revered bass player in the world, Abraham Laboriel Sr.

Me with Nathan East during a Bass Frontiers interview.

The greatest rock bass player of all time, Billy Sheehan.

I had the great pleasure of tour managing for Dr. John. I sure miss him!

This is the night I met Dusty Hill. Note Billy Bob is photo-bombing us! The full story will be in my upcoming book.

Me with Gary Vanyerchuk.

Me with Kenny Rogers and my long time friend and band mate, Noel Roy.

Me with two of my favorite bass players. Will Lee and the legendary T.M. Stevens.

With Stuart Spector and T.M. Stevens.

Me with Jack Blades of Night Ranger.

Here I am hugging Steve Wariner. He's an amazing artist!

Dr. Oz!

Me with Kevin Guest. Kevin is the chairman of the board for USANA and also happens to be a really great bass player. Please get his book, All The Right Reasons.

I highly recommend the EBS Billy Sheehan compression, distortion pedal.

One of my dearest friends for many years, Jack Gavin. He was the drummer in the Charlie Daniels Band for 15 years.

If you remember the shootings at Fort Hood, this is John Arroyo. He was amoung the most critically wounded and he vows that an angel intervened and saved his life. He was a green beret and is a wonderful human being.

You may not know these two guys but you have certainly heard them on huge classic records. Leland Sklar and Russ Kunkel.

Willy G Davidson of Harley Davidson!

From left to right: Jonathan Fowler, Erich Orrick, myself, Ted Nugent, and Jeff Wells. Erich was a guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Jeff Wells was a Captain in the US Army and is the CEO of Wish For Our Heros.

When I played The View with Billy Ray Cyrus.

This was the 2nd time I played on The Tonight Show (with Jay Leno), the first time Johnny Carson was still the host.

My good friends, Sawyer Brown. I've been fortunate to play with them a few times and it's always a blast!

I was in rehearsal with Billy Bob Thornton at Mate's Cartage in Hollywood and Rudy Sarzo stopped by to show me his new signature Spector bass.

While in Europe with Dr. John I met legendary producer Bob Rock. I knew he owned this bass that once belonged to Scott Smith of Loverboy. Bob was very gracious to send this bass to me and I got to keep it for about 2 months. I took advantage of that and used it in studio a couple of times.

This photo is from my Ampeg photoshoot in L.A. This picture was taken by Will Lee's wife.

With The Artimus Pyle Band opening for Blackberry Smoke.

Left to right: Bryan Bassett, me, and Gary Hoey. Jamming on the Rock Legends Cruise. An interesting fact about Bryan, he is the guy that played the famous opening guitar part on Play That Funky Music.

Playing at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville Tennessee.

Playing The Big E in Springfield Massachusetts with The Artimus Pyle Band.