Last Days of Spring
Ross Krutsinger is a Nashville-based jazz artist and session bassist who plays fretted, fretless, and upright basses. In addition to writing songs, producing recordings, and building live bands with fellow musicians, Ross has performance credits on scores of album projects and demo sessions. He has performed at venues across the U.S. and around the world with major-label artists and independent bands alike. Whether as a bandleader or sideman, Ross is comfortable in any musical situation, be it jazz, rock, country, reggae, Latin R&B, or funk. Ross's writing and performance influences include Wayne Shorter, Jaco Pastorius, Sting, Russel Ferrante and James Jamerson. In addition to Ross's great bass and keyboard work, the CD Last Days of Spring is a wonderful display of Ross's writing and production skills. Described as a cohesive mixture of jazz, funk, fusion, and world music, the sound is brought to life with an amazing lineup of world-class musicians. 'A really fine CD... not to be missed.' --WFSK radio, Nashville 'Some nice surprises are to be found on this terrific CD...Just Listen!' --TJBS Jazz & Blues News 'Great writing, and an amazing player.' --3rd Coast Music Hour, Nashville 'Truly inspiring! There is something for everyone on this CD' --R. Graham Russell, Nashville hit songwriter/keyboard player.