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Joe Hubbard

London based bass player Joe Hubbard’s professional background is represented by a collective body of experience that spans over more than three decades as an internationally acclaimed bass guitarist, educator, author and contemporary jazz fusion recording artist.

Aside from playing with some of the top jazz musicians on the planet including Flip Nunez, Richie Cole, Jim Mullen, Dick Morrissey, Dave O’Higgins, Frank Gambale, Patches Stewart, Gary Husband, Mose Allison, George Benson, Ian Carr’s Nucleus, Dave Garabaldi (Tower of Power) Walt Fowler and Dave Weckl- Joe is also a well- known recording artist where he has written, arranged and co-produced three internationally acclaimed jazz fusion CDs.

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Joe Hubbard is one of the shining examples of what a great electric bass teacher is all about.” –Jeff Berlin

“Joe Hubbard is a bass virtuoso who either inspires you to practice harder…or toss your bass off a bridge. His contribution to music education alone is epic.” –Dann Glenn/Guitarist-Composer

“The Electric Bass virtuoso!” –The Guardian

“Joe Hubbard writes and plays his ass off” –Bass Player Magazine

“Joe Hubbard’s wide knowledge of harmony, composition and improvisational skills plays a vital role in music education in London.” — Jim Mullen

“A fantastic bass player” –Pino Palladino

“One of the jazz scene’s finest bass players” –What’s On in London

“It is the combination of Joe Hubbard’s practical experience as a bass player and teacher that makes his teaching method so highly effective.” –Steve Lewinson (Simply Red)

“Joe Hubbard provides a quality of teaching that can be trusted implicitly by someone who cares passionately about his instrument and his music.” –Bob Armstrong (Master Class Drum Studios)

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