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Mr. Bass Man

When it comes to playing the broadest spectrum of music with the biggest artists in the world, Maui’s James ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson has been there, done that

October 7, 2010
By JON WOODHOUSE, Contributing Writer

Rock 'n' roll icon Jerry Lee Lewis released his latest album, "Mean Old Man," in September. With a title track composed by Kris Kristofferson and a sprinkling of covers of classic songs from the Stones' "Sweet Virginia" to Creedence's "Bad Moon Rising," the project features a host of stellar guest musicians like Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood, Eric Clapton, Willie Nelson and John Fogerty. And for bass duties on a couple of tracks the rock pioneer relied on Maui's James "Hutch" Hutchinson.



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