25+ years of experience in multiple styles, electric fretted, electric fretless, some upright bass. Comfortable on stage (see videos below) or in studio.
If you are looking for a quick demo, check out this video.
While I perform as a guitarist and singer, and electronic artist, many people don’t realize that I actually started as a bass player, and maintain that skill by playing in projects whenever feasible.
Around the age of 12, I started with a (rather hideous) Telestar short scale electric, then eventually moved on to full scale. After the requisite rock and metal bands in high school, I turned my focus to writing and playing guitar, but always maintained my interest in bass.
I continued to study on string bass with the Hazleton Philharmonic and Bloomsburg-University Community Orchestras through college. Afterward my focus has primarily been on electric bass, doing live projects and playing on recordings. In 2003-4 I did a stint as a bassist playing Hungarian music with the Bodo Band. That was a blast!
These days, I play in a wide variety of styles. With Negodniki, I perform blues, jazz and fusion. With projects like Fricknadorable and songwriter Paul Loomis, I play folk, rock, and Americana. I enjoy all these styles (and more) and even do a bit of electronic stuff on the side.
While often in the limelight with my other projects, I enjoy bass because it puts me in a support role where I can confidently serve the music and let someone else take center stage.Jeremy
So if you are looking for a bass player, Give me a shout.
Recent studio projects include Susquehanna Sunset (Feb-Dec 2016), Ed Zuber Project (ongoing), Michael Hickey’s debut album, Mellékes Quartet, among others.