Leonard Davis is the Biggest, Baddest Bassist You Ever Did Hear

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Went to Leonard Davis' house last week and - let me confirm - his dwelling suits him. As in, gigantic.

Davis, a Pro Bowl lineman for your Dallas Cowboys, is getting serious about music and his skyrocketing group Free Reign. This off-season he's taking bass guitar lessons from veteran Dallas musician Dwayne Heggar, he of Emerald City fame.

Davis says, musically speaking, he's on a level with a lower-tier NFL team like, say, the Washington Redskins.

Davis ain't bad at all. Even if he was, I wouldn't dare tell him.

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