Uriah Duffy

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Uriah Duffy (31 July 1975, Wakefield, Rhode Island, USA[1]) is an American bassist. He is best known as the former bassist of Whitesnake.

Has been a member of/played with[edit]

  • Whitesnake (National and World Tours; 2 albums) – rock
  • Christina Aguilera (CD: Stripped, 2002) – R&B
  • Alicia Keys (Studio Recording, 2002) – R&B
  • Goaplé (CD: Closer, 2001) – R&B
  • Sly & the Family Stone (3rd bassist, 2003–2005) – funk
  • GQ (Various Dates) – funk/disco
  • Tony Toni Toné (Various Dates/TV) – R&B
  • Too $hort (Hometown oakland shows) – dirty rap
  • Lyrics Born (Regional and World Tours; TV appearances; Latest album) – rap/hip-hop/funk
  • Chris Clouse (Various live performances since 2002) Pat Travers/Carmine
  • Appice (2004 CD) – rock
  • Flametal (Current work) – flamenco/metal
  • The Coup (Shows and latest album) – rap/hip-hop
  • First A.M.E. Church, LA (2004) – gospel

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WHITESNAKE - Uriah Duffy - Юрайя Даффи". Whitesnake.ru. Retrieved 2011-07-07. 

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