Andy Hess

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Andy Hess
Andy Hess - 20050619.jpg
Hess performing in 2005
Background information
Born (1966-12-04) December 4, 1966 (age 52)
Washington, D.C., United States
OriginNew York, New York, United States
GenresSouthern rock
Rock
Blues
InstrumentsBass guitar
Years active1990–present
Associated actsGov't Mule
The Black Crowes
WebsiteAndy Hess

Andy Hess (born December 4, 1966 in Washington, D.C.)[1] is an American bassist and former member of Gov't Mule, having joined the band in 2003. Previously, he was The Black Crowes' bassist from February 2001 until their hiatus early the following year. He has also played in Joan Osborne's band and has done session work for artists including David Byrne and Tina Turner.[2] Hess is currently touring with Steve Kimock. He performed on The John Scofield's Band albums Up All Night which was released in 2003 and Überjam Deux which was released in 2013.

Notes

  1. ^ Goldsher, Alan (April 2004). "Andy Hess newly elected to the Gov't Mule". Bass Player. New York, NY: New Bay Media: 18–20. ISSN 1050-785X.
  2. ^ "Andy Hess Interview". GibsonBass. Retrieved 2008-06-18.

External links

Andy Hess performing with John Scofield
in Arhus, Denmark (2014)