Sometimes known as “the Paganini of twice bass,” Renaud Garcia-Fons is a composer and five-string bass participant who was simply deeply influenced with the brilliant bassist François Rabbath. Garcia-Fons in fact started his research in music young. He started with piano when he was just five, turned to classical electric guitar at eight, and to rock and roll in his teenagers, finally buying the bass when he was 16. Garcia-Fons lives in Paris and provides toured through Germany and European countries performing at celebrations. In 1987, he joined up with the Orchestre de Contrebasses. He continued to be with them for six years, also showing up using the Orchestre Country wide de Jazz during a few of that point. ENJA Information released Garcia-Fons’ single debut, Légendes, in the ’90s. Alboreá was his following release. The recording presented his quartet of Jean-Louis Matinier on accordion, Jacques Mahieux on drums, and Yves Torchinsky on bass. Garcia-Fons’ third recording, Oriental Bass, which he made up, premiered in 1998. Next, he mixed skills with accordionist Jean-Louis Matinier within the recording Fuera. Garcia-Fons’ music is definitely a wealthy gypsy mixture of global jazz flavored with Indian, Greek, African, flamenco, Latin American, tango, and fresh musette. On many functions he is along with a variety of tools, including acoustic guitar, lute, derbouka, flutes, trombone, and accordion.