5 Double Bass Players That Influenced Elsen Price
Elsen Price is an Australian Double Bassist and composer based in Sydney, Australia. As a featured artist, Elsen has performed both locally and internationally at BassEurope (Prague), Yilan International Art Festival (Taipei), Audio Foundation (Auckland), Sydney Festival, Vivid Festival, MONA and Woodford Folk Festival. Having just released his new single ‘Birth: The Spirit Begins’ a lead single from his album ‘Death of the Spirit and the Rise of the Pointless’ we ask Elsen to list his top 5 Double Bass players that have influenced him.
Josh Groban (Multi Grammy Award Winning), Mike Patton (Faith No More), Lee
Ranaldo (Sonic Youth) and many others.
‘Death of the Spirit and the Rise of the Pointless’ will be released 24th January on
Itunes and Spotify. Accompanied by a Sydney album launch to be held on the on the
same date at Johnston St Jazz, 81 Johnston St, Annandale NSW 2038. $15 Entry –
$20 entry with album purchase.
This album was composed and performed by Elsen Price and recorded at Music
Feeds Studio, with mixing and mastering done by George Sheridan.
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