Gene Libbea - Upright Bass
Gene Libbea's career in music began on
the west coast in 1972 working for Walt
Disney and later the New Christie Minstrels.
In 1988 he joined the Nashville Bluegrass
Band where he was a member for 12 years.
During that time he notched five Grammy
nominations and two Grammys.
Simultaneously, he became an in demand
session musician recording with Johnny
Cash, Vince Gill, Earl Scruggs, Steve Earl,
Ry Cooder and Clint Black just to name a
few. Today he makes his home in the
Southern California mountains and is in
high demand as an acoustic bass player,
guitar player, and record producer.