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Steve Jenkins is part of the new wave of modern electric bass players. In addition to his mind-blowing technical prowess, his musicianship has allowed him to fit into a diverse of range of musical situations that have run the gamut from face-melting prog-metal to experimental microtonal jazz-funk to dubbed-out electronica bass lines to classic sounding r&b grooves–sometimes all within the framework of one song. As a bandleader, he released the critically acclaimed mad science in late 2004. And in May 2013, he is releasing the first album from his newest project, Steve Jenkins And The Coaxial Flutter. As an educator, he has taught at Berklee College of Music’s BassLines Summer Program for the past 8 years. He also was part of the first group of faculty to teach at the Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music in Southeast India in the Summer/Fall of 2010.
Listen to music from Steve Jenkins like Leave This City Before You Can't, How About Never & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Steve Jenkins. Steve Jenkins is a talented fusion bassist. He attended Berklee College of Music and has played with Vernon Reid, David Fiuczynski, Chris Buono, and probably some other people.
Steve Jenkins is a force in the jazz and and jam/funk scenes, having toured extensively with Vernon Reid and David Fiuczynski, as well as holding down a monster teaching schedule. His solo album, Mad Science, was released in 2004. Matt Rubano is busy with numerous New York sessions, working as a Fuse Network VJ and as a member of Talk Back Sunday, who recently released New Again. The two bassists are close friends and Berklee Music graduates, though they each have a unique approach to the bass and their careers.
Jayson Mick Jenkins (born April 16, 1991) is an American hip hop recording artist. Based in Chicago, he is signed to Cinematic Music Group. His debut album, The Healing Component, was released on September 23, 2016, followed by Pieces of a Man on October 26, 2018. Jenkins was born in Huntsville, Alabama. Following his parents' divorce, he moved to Chicago with his mother and sister when he was 10 years old. As a child, Jenkins was heavily influenced by his parents' musical preferences.
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