Dennis Noda, Internationally Known Asian-American Bassist Dies

Dennis Noda
Dennis Noda
Dennis Noda, one of the few Asian-American musicians who attained recognition from artists and audiences throughout the world, passed away on May 19.

Dennis, a funky, rockin’ bBassist and vocalist with a high visibility facto, was one of the few Asian-American musicians who has attained recognition from artists and audiences throughout the world. His impeccable sight-reading abilities, energetic stage presence, and rock solid groove, made him an in-demand studio and touring musician.  He was a devout Christian who gave of his time freely.  He was a kindred spirit, loved by all and will be sadly missed by his wife, children, family and his friends and fans around the world.

Touring Credits: The Classic Rock All Stars, Cannibal & the Headhunters, “Diamond” Dave Somerville, Mark Farner (Grand Funk Railroad), Wayne Foster Entertainment, Crystal Lewis (Gospel), Carl Saunders, Lee Thornburg, The Smothers Brothers, Bobby Kimball (Toto), Sugarloaf, Al Wilson, Chuck Negron (Three Dog Night), Otis Day & The Knights, Wolfman Jack, Micky Dolenz (The Monkees), Elvira (Mistress of the Dark), Spencer Davis, Felix Cavaliere (The Rascals), Coasters, Jimmy McConnell Orchestra, Edwin Starr, Jon Garner Trio, Sophisticated Ladies (National Tour), Gary “US” Bonds.

Studio Credits: Light The Fire (Inspirational), Circus Vargas, “The End of Innocence”, “Blue Skies”, “Come See the Paradise”, IBM, Fostex, Metavision, McMahon’s Furniture, Ice Capades, G.T.E., Mattel, Coca-Cola, “Murder She Wrote”, Home Depot, CK Enterprises (Hardees, Carls Jr), Walt Disney Company, Feld Inc. “Dawsons Creek”, “Ally McBeal”, “Party of Five”, Rex Merriweather, Gary Herbig, Jonah Kiss, Peter Rivera, Genius Girl, Disfigurine a new Emo-Rock project.

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