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Geoffrey Lowe spent his formative years in Colorado playing violin, guitar, piano and many forms of bass. He moved to Chicago to play a wide variety of music with a wide variety of players, and is currently writing and playing jazz, R&B, new age, blues, Brazilian and classical music as his schedule allows. Geoffrey studied music at Colorado State University and Bloom School of Jazz. He has privately studied acoustic string bass, fretless electric, 5-string electric and violin with jazz and classical instructors. Geoffrey is an ongoing student of this incarnation, attending workshops and clinics. He has toured Europe with multiple music groups, recorded multiple albums, and has played bass with The Buddy Rich Band, Ben E. King, The Shirelles, The The Platters, The Coasters, Bob McGrath (Sesame Street), Barrett Deems (Jazz Drummer). Geoffrey has also performed live with with Dave Weckl, Monty Alexander, David Fathead Newman, Frank Wess, Clark Terry, James Moody, Ernie Andrews, Freddie Cole, Lynda Carter, John Blackwell, Ian Paice, Bruce Dickinson, Gavin Harrison, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Clem Cattini, John Thomson, Ginger Baker, Everett Greene, Robert Irving III, Barbara Morrison. Some of the music venues played include The Chicago Jazz Festival, The North Sea Jazz Festival (The Hague, Holland), Montreaux Jazz Festival (Montreaux, Switzerland), Park Tower Blues Festival (Tokyo, Japan), Spoletto Music Festival (Spoletto, Italy), International Cultural Festival (Hue, Vietnam), and The London Palladium. His musical influences include James Jamerson, Ron Carter, Ray Brown, Paul Chambers, Jimmy Blanton, Bootsie Collins, Jaco Pastorious, Marcus Miller, Paul McCartney, Sting, Alphonso Johnson and many others. “It’s my intention to create and perform as many different genres of music, with as many different musical friends as my time here on earth will allow.”

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