Australian musician Jeremy Alsop is a composer, producer and bass player of broad ranging versatility who has made a substantial contribution to Australian classical, jazz, rock, pop, folk and experimental music for over thirty years. He has had original works recorded by Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Chad Wackerman, Slava Grigoryan, David Hirschfelder, Paul Grabowsky, Mary Doumany, The Australian Concert Trio, Graeme Lyall and Colin Hay. As an electric bassist he has been featured on recordings with Michael and Randy Brecker, Joe Chindamo, Men at Work, John Sebastian, Don McLean, The World Rhythm Band, John Farnham, Robbie Dupree, Tim Finn, Olivia Newton-John as well as on hundreds of TV shows, advertising and film soundtracks. Jeremy has toured extensively throughout the USA, Europe, Japan and Asia including in performances at The Kennedy Centre in Washington, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Shanghai Music Festival, Live Aid 1985, The UK Chillout Festival and The Paris Music Festival. He has performed with Nigel Kennedy, Don Burrows, Juliet Prowse, Charles Aznavour, James Morrison, Thelma Housden, Bob Geldof, Tom Jones, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Synergy Percussion, The David Chesworth Ensemble, the Brodsky String Quartet and The Australian Ballet.