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Oct262007

Chris Kent


Spend a little time with bassist Chris Kent and you’ll find that he’s so much more than a musician. He’s also a man who loves life. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee to become one of the busiest first-call bassists for Gospel, Country, R&B, Jazz and Rock artists. He has taken the stage at the Grand Ole Opry along side artists such as Lorrie Morgan, has toured with guitarists Steve Lukather and Larry Carlton, saxophonist Kirk Whalum, Take 6 and many more. From the Tonight Show to Jazz Central on BET to Live From the House of Blues, Chris Kent can be found wherever there’s a groove to lay down. Join us as he takes us from his first Montgomery Ward’s bass as a kid, to surviving cancer, and ultimately finding his way to a successful career and purpose in life. He’ll even play some of his bass grooves and discuss how he builds a bass line. Inside MusiCast welcomes Chris Kent.

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Reader Comments (5)

Thanks guys...The Lord has blessed this family. Chris is my brother, and we love him dearly. The interview was wonderful. And dude you also strached up my Stanley Clark LP too....Love you Bro.reese
November 3, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterReese
Thanks for your post Reese...

Chris is the real deal. Can't wait to meet him in person and just hang with him. So glad you enjoyed the interview.

Eddy
November 3, 2007 | Unregistered Commentereddy Cabello
Well done to the nicest bassist on the planet. Sending you mega love from the UK!

Annie x
November 3, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnn Bailey
Hey, Chris!!!! you're gettin some British love, man!!! HA HA

Thanks for posting, Ann....how did you hear of Chris' talents? I'm curiouis.

Eddy
November 5, 2007 | Unregistered Commentereddy
HEY!!! Thanks to my big bro Reese for buying all those records. YES, record albums. Gained a lot of knowledge from all of those!

And Ann and I used to go to church together. Dudes... you NEED to hear her sing. WOW! They don't call her Thunderlungs for nothin!!!

Love you guys!Listening to Futureman now. Great interview!

God bless,chris

May 20, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterchris Kent

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