Burbridge eyetwo-time Grammy Award-winning bassist for The Allman Brothers and Dead & Company has officially launched Join the Ozone, a new educational app that includes monthly live calls with Oteil, pre-recorded lessons including: 6 workout levels Harmony, Rhythm, and philosophy training, never-heard-before stories, tips and tricks for surviving on the road, and more.
Oteil Burbridge’s work with the Allman Brothers Band earned him two Grammy Award nominations for Best Rock Instrumental in 2003 and 2004. In 2012, Oteil received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award for his 15-year contribution to the Allman Brothers Band as the oldest bass player. in the history of the group.
Oteil has achieved some of the highest levels of achievement in the music industry, and he’s done it all without reading music. Join the Ozone will teach students to learn the forms, patterns, and philosophies that opened the door to Oteil’s success, and allow students to connect with Oteil in ways that weren’t possible before this app. .
“Music is part math, part technique, and part emotion,” says Burbridge. The question is why and how is this possible? How do math and physics become imbued with intention and emotion? »
To learn more from Oteil about why this platform is the best way to communicate with him, watch the video below.