A talented and versatile bass player, Jeremy Worden was born in Walnut Creek, California and was raised on a healthy diet of music through the church. Taking up the bass guitar when he was 12, he played in a number of music groups. By then, he had taught himself piano and bass and was primarily a rock bass player playing in parts of LA and San Diego. Jeremy quickly became known for his improvisational abilities. Interspersed with these musical projects, Jeremy moved to Kansas City in 1998 and traveled extensively, both within the US and abroad.
A self taught player, Jeremy’s undeniable talent on the bass was quickly put to use in 2006, when he picked up his family and moved to Nashville, TN working with such legendary Country singers and songwriters like, Bobbi Pinson, Pam Tillis, Lorie Morgan, Jaime O’Neal, Paul Brandt, Mark Collie, Carolina Rain, Neal McCoy and most recently BNA/SONY newcomer Tyler Farr.
With a focus on keeping the bass heavy, complimenting the piece, and groove-oriented deliveries, his performance works lent Jeremy to be considered by many of his peers in Nashville as a current “Top Player”.
He has become a sought-after performer, easily recognizable because of his distinctive “George Michael” look alike. But it’s on the bass guitar that Jeremy causes fellow musicians to sit up and take notice. His solos could move from intricate, whisper-soft to louder-than-thunder, all within a couple of flicks the wrist.
Hey J, thanks for the add. I'm playing a lot of weekend dates out of town, but will be in Nashville on most weeknights. Let's go kick it. BTW I'm looking at mid-july to track live drums on those tunes, so maybe late July we could get ya to slap some strings on them then.
We are both hoping it is not an issue. Let me know if it becomes one. Of course, I hope you never have to play a venue with bad wiring and rf issues again, but then that is very wishful thinking, isn't it?