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Sam "Bassman" Jenkins unveils mastery of instrument on new single
(Published: November 03, 2020)

There's a reason why Sam Jenkins' nickname is "Bassman." It is well-deserved and an apt description of his extraordinary abilities. On his new single "All That Bass," Jenkins unveils his mastery of the instrument with the swagger and gravitas of a superior talent.

Bursting with youthful exuberance and a true feel for the dynamics of funk, Jenkins generates heat and hooks with effortless style and indelible charisma.

Jenkins' tight bass like a band itself in terms of the energy it generates. It casts a strong presence, immediately reeling in the ears of listeners. Jenkins' discipline in unveiling his impressive skills but not getting in the way of the track or his fellow musicians is certainly admirable. "All That Bass" is balanced by lively keyboards that sweeten its rhythmic attack, giving it a fusion feel. The song builds intensity as it progresses and Jenkins infectiously jams.

Jenkins has opened up for soul and R&B legends such as Patti Austin and Patti LaBelle, and it's easy to see why he was selected. He is a top-drawer bassist with remarkable flexibility and a hot groove.

More Information: http://sambassman.com


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