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Steve Jenkins: Master of Persistence

Creative Legends of the DMV

Steve Jenkins is a professional bass player who has been playing bass and involved in music for over 25 years.  He started in Montgomery County, MD where he grew up affected by the sounds of Kiss, Gap Band, and Parliament Funkadelic.  Those grooves would start his journey into more progressive ones he found in jazz.  All of this led him to the famed Berklee College of Music where he formulated relationships and an education that launched him into a career playing with all kinds of established musicians.After spending some time in the DMV post college playing in many bands (including the very popular local group The Mary Ann Redmond Band) and at various venues in the area, Steve went back to Boston and then to New York City where he released his solo debut "Mad Science" in the early 2000s.  Steve then went on to play with all kinds of players in the NYC music scene at the time.  Gigs and experiences that led him to his next release "Steve Jenkins and the Coaxial Flutter",  furthering his fusion of metal and jazz and rock into one otherworldly sound.For the past several years, Steve has been living in Los Angeles and participating in jam sessions, studio sessions as a hired gun, and creating massive content daily just doing his thing on his social media accounts which you should most definitely follow if you are a fan of funk and bass and experimental music!  LISTEN to Steve chat with Evan about how he got involved in playing the bass and his time in the DMV.  You can always see what he is up to and listen to his stuff at www.stevejenkinsbass.com

45mins

5 Mar 2022

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Esther the Wonder Pig: A Conversation with Steve Jenkins

Herd Around the Barn

Two men adopt a “mini pig”--who eventually grows to over 600 pounds! Today, Steve Jenkins, co-founder of Happily Ever Esther Farm Sanctuary, tells Kathy about his journey to becoming an “unexpected a

24 Aug 2021

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Episode 62: EP. 62 - Steve Jenkins - "from face-melting prog-metal to experimental microtonal jazz-funk to dubbed-out electronica"

Bass Lessons Melbourne Player Profiles

This has been a long time coming but I'm thrilled to finally publish this brand new interview with the incredible Mr. Steve Jenkins! We get into all kinds of nitty gritty in this episode including FX, streaming, technique, touring etc; so please jump on instagram and follow Steve, buy his albums and generally support the guy :) http://www.stevejenkinsbass.com/As a sideman, he has toured, performed, or recorded with the likes of: Vernon Reid, Screaming Headless Torsos, David Fiuczynski, Stimpy Lockjaw, Alex Skolnick, Josh Smith, Thomas Pridgen, Victor Wooten, Javier Reyes, Keith Carlock, Cindy Blackman Santana, Gene Lake as well as many others.As a bandleader, he released the critically acclaimed "mad science" in late 2004. And in May 2013, he released the long-awaited"Steve Jenkins And The Coaxial Flutter" which has been receiving high praise from press, fans, and even legendary musicians such as Dennis Chambers.As an educator, he has taught at Berklee College of Music's BassLines Summer Program (now called the Victor Wooten Summer Bass Workshop) and has been an artist-in-residence at the Bass Collective in NYC. He has also taught masterclasses and clinics all over the world and was part of the first group of faculty to teach at the Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music in Southeast India in the Summer/Fall of 2010. He also teaches private lessons in person and via Skype. After 13 years of living in New York City, Steve moved to Los Angeles in March of 2017.Steve Jenkins proudly endorses Aguilar Amplification, Brubaker Basses, and Jim Dunlop/MXR pedals & strings.

2hr 15mins

25 Jul 2021

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Steve Jenkins

Dunlop Presents Bass Freq's

Whether it’s prog metal, R&B, dub, or just about everything else in between, Steve Jenkins brings a true love for the music and technical mastery to everything he plays. On this episode of the Bass Freq’s Podcast, host Josh Paul gets Steve’s experienced insights on technique, gear, teaching, and coffee.

1hr 5mins

30 Jun 2021

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Dragon's Voice Podcast - Steve Jenkins #11

Dragon's Voice Podcast

Former Swansea City, Huddersfield Town, Swindon Town, Newport County and Wales international, Steve Jenkins is our special guest on episode 11 of Dragon's Voice Podcast.  Steve talks about his days playing for The Swans, playing at the old Wembley, playing under Bobby Gould and Mark Hughes at Wales.  Steve also talks about his coaching career at Monmouth Town, Merthyr Town and at Hereford. 

1hr 20mins

8 May 2021

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A Chat With Steve Jenkins

The Performer's Pathway

Bassist and composer Steve Jenkins joins us in the virtual studio today to talk about career, NY, LA, the music business and more. This is a really fun and informative episode with a super cool cat. Also, this episode was produced for YouTube as well, so if you’d rather see us, go here!

1hr 4mins

2 May 2021

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DCEDC's Steve Jenkins and Kelsey Fox on This Summer's Workforce Challenges

Door County Pulse Podcasts

Debra Fitzgerald sits down with the Door County Economic Development Corporation's Executive Director Steve Jenkins, and Director of Communications & Workforce Development Kelsey Fox to talk about the challenges that face Door County businesses in 2021, including challenges with J-1 workers, limited workforce housing, and more.

27mins

28 Apr 2021

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Bugs Are Insects by Anne Rockwell Illustrated by Steve Jenkins

Again & Again: Children's Books and Stories

What is a bug? And are all bugs insects... **unofficial reading  music: Fantastic World by WinnieTheMoog Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/7042-fantastic-world License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

5mins

3 Feb 2021

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Mesmerise Podcast #7 - Steve Jenkins of Democratus

Mesmerise Podcast

This week we have the Democratus vocalist Steve Jenkins with who I discuss Metal to the Masses and Bloodstock, life as a metal band and a bunch of other things! Sorry about the loss of some of the audio, my recording program just bugged out randomly Follow Democratus below: ►Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democratusband ►Bandcamp: https://democratus.bandcamp.com/ To support the podcast just share it around and spread the word which doesn't just help me but more importantly my guests. Join me on: ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/Danimesmerise ►Twitch: thttps://www.twitch.tv/danimesmerise ►Merchandise: https://parrilla.bigcartel.com ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danimessmer93/ ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaniMesmerise ►Parrilla: http://parrillamusic.com ►Discord: https://discord.gg/ASrXMF9 I am also Partnered with Wraith Esports Energy Formula and with my code you can get 10% off of your order ►https://www.drinkwraith.com Code: DMESSMER666

1hr 9mins

5 Jan 2021

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Steve Jenkins - Bass Guitar Lessons, Performance, & Interview

TrueFire Live: Guitar Lessons + Q&As

Steve Jenkins talks about his bass guitar lessons available on TrueFire, performs, and answers questions. To learn more and watch the video from this live session, please visit truefire.com/live.About Steve:Steve Jenkins is part of the new wave of modern electric bass players. In addition to his mind-blowing technical prowess, his musicianship has allowed him to fit into a diverse range of musical situations that have run the gamut from face-melting prog-metal to experimental microtonal jazz-funk to dubbed-out electronica bass lines to classic sounding r&b grooves--sometimes all within the framework of one song. He also has a strong grasp of using effects and technology which makes him a true sonic force to be reckoned with. Whether playing as a sideman or as a leader making his own music, Steve is known for his beyond solid groove, creative use of cutting-edge effects and textures, melodic/virtuosic solos, and mastery of different tones and techniques for any given musical situation.As a sideman, he has toured, performed, or recorded with the likes of: Vernon Reid, Mark Lettieri, Tony MacAlpine, Screaming Headless Torsos, David Fiuczynski, Stimpy Lockjaw, Alex Skolnick, Josh Smith, Thomas Pridgen, Victor Wooten, Javier Reyes, Keith Carlock, Cindy Blackman Santana, Gene Lake as well as many others.As a bandleader, he released the critically acclaimed "mad science" in late 2004. And in May 2013, he released the long-awaited"Steve Jenkins And The Coaxial Flutter" which has been receiving high praise from press, fans, and even legendary musicians such as Dennis Chambers.As an educator, he has taught at Berklee College of Music's BassLines Summer Program (now called the Victor Wooten Summer Bass Workshop) and has been an artist-in-residence at the Bass Collective in NYC. He has also taught masterclasses and clinics all over the world and was part of the first group of faculty to teach at the Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music in Southeast India in the Summer/Fall of 2010. He also teaches private lessons in person and via Skype.After 13 years of living in New York City, Steve moved to Los Angeles in March of 2017.Steve Jenkins proudly endorses Aguilar Amplification, Brubaker Basses, and Jim Dunlop/MXR pedals & strings.Here are what some critics say:"[Steve Jenkins And The Coaxial Flutter]" is a showcase for Jenkins' wealth of bass techniques, his wide variety of tones, and his ability to smoothly jump from fusion solos to metal riffage, sometimes all in the span of one song." -Bass Player MagazineHaving already held his own with avant-garde guitarists David Fiuczynski and Vernon Reid, New York Citys Steve Jenkins doesnt need to prove anything in terms of what he can handle. Theres plenty more than just chops and math-rock proficiency at work here. -Bass Player Magazine"He belongs in the vanguard of formidable young bass soloists, but he separates from that pack by locking down every groove that comes his way." -All About Jazz"Jenkins augments his considerable chops with a cool vision." -Bill Milkowski, Jazziz Magazine

56mins

19 Aug 2020

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