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Rich Campbell
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Rich Campbell - bass guitar and vocals
Rich Campbell - bass guitar and vocals

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Here's a well-preserved old cranker parked out front of #WildwoodSpringsLodge in the Ozarks. Oh, and the car is in pretty good shape, too :)
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10/3/16
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I can't stop staring. I also can't tell if Mitch McConnell is becoming Voldemort, or if Voldemort is becoming Mitch McConnell. 
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One of the best optical illusions I've ever seen 👀

Once You've Seen It, You Can't Unsee It! 😆😆😆
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Looking forward to working with Three Dog in Lakeland, FL!
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Remembering Natalie Cole with affection and gratitude on her birthday today.
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Rocking the MiniMoog bass with #NatalieCole at Wembley Stadium for the Nelson Mandela FreedomFest.

With no time for us musicians to soundcheck, Natalie just walked out on stage and blazed in front of 70,000 people at Wembley Stadium, while being broadcast to over half a billion (with a "b") people worldwide. This was the Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute concert that helped raise awareness and legal defense funds to end apartheid in South Africa. There were bomb threats against the promoters to try and stop it from going on, and conservative Parliament members criticized the BBC for broadcasting it at all, but justice needed some publicity and nothing was going to stop the artists and crew from shedding light on the injustice of apartheid. Natalie helped steer the course of history on that day and in the days to come, and we are all grateful for her hard work, and to have contributed in our own little way to righting a terrible wrong in the world. God bless you, Natalie.
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Natalie looks soooo fine in her leather jacket, doesn't she? This was around rehearsals in London the night before The Nelson Mandela concert at Wembley Stadium in 1988. Sting opened the all-day-long concert the following morning. It was a bit rainy like London often is, but when it came time for Natalie to perform her set, I swear the heavens opened up, brilliant beams of sunlight began cutting through the English drizzle, and all of us were elevated to a special kind of spiritual height I had never known before or since. That's Edward Cole behind her, Jeff Worrell on the left, David Joyce and me on the right.

‪#RememberingNatalieCole #NatalieCole
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Remembering Natalie Cole, with love. This was backstage at Caesar's Palace Las Vegas just minutes before we went out and played a fantastic show. I know this, because ALL her shows were fantastic! She was on the comeback trail, having kicked her addiction just a few years prior, and needed to be surrounded by a squeaky clean, sober, non-drug-using entourage, and we were all proud to be part of her "clean up crew." Jeff Worrell - guitar, David Joyce - keys and yours truly - bass.
‪#RIPNatalieCole #NatalieCole #RememberingNatalieCole #NatalieColeRIP
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Remembering my years playing bass guitar with Natalie Cole with fondness and affection. Rest in peace, beautiful lady.
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