Jeff Chambers

Known as one of the foremost bassists in the country, he has played with great jazz artists such as Dizzy Gillespie, Les McCann, Benny Carter, Tommy Flanagan, Joe Henderson, Dakota Staton, Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner, Joe Williams, Kenny Burrell etc..

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Chambers began his career in Milwaukee on the electric bass with the renowned pianist and vibraphonist Buddy Montgomery. Since then, Chambers has toured all over the United States, Canada, Central and South America, Europe, Russia, Australia and Japan, performing with many of the world’s most prominent jazz musicians. He has played at venues such as the Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland); Concord Jazz Festival (CA); Monterey Jazz Festival (CA); Fujitsu Jazz Festival (Japan), and the Newport Jazz Festival (RI) just to name a few. Now known as one of the foremost bassists in the country, he has played with great jazz artists such as Dizzy Gillespie, Les McCann, Benny Carter, Tommy Flanagan, Joe Henderson, Dakota Staton, Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner, Joe Williams, Kenny Burrell, James Moody, Nat Adderley, Milt Jackson, Larry Coryell, Abbey Lincoln, Ernestine Anderson, Don Cherry, Clifford Jordan, Slide Hampton, Mel Lewis, Archie Shepp, Cedar Walton, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Ahmad Jamal, and many others. He is currently working with Marlena Shaw and beginning to headline his own band. Chambers has recorded with Bobby Hutcherson, Charlie Rouse, Buddy Montgomery, Freddie Hubbard, Eddie Harris, Al Jarreau, Dizzy Gillespie, Marlena Shaw, Freddie Cole, Ahmad Jamal, and many others. Chambers has also worked in video and film. He appeared in M.C. Hammer’s video, Here Comes the Hammer, 1991; performed All the Way with Jeffrey Osborne in the soundtrack for the film, Dying Young, 1991; appeared in Whoopie Goldberg’s Sister Act, 1991; performed with Keanu Reeves in Sweet November, 2001; and is featured on a Delta Dental television commercial.


2005 John William Gordon (John William Gordon)
2004 Joyce Randolph, Just a Little Blue, Jeff Chambers, Musical Director Recorded April 13 & 14, June 6,
2004 at Fantasy Records, Berkeley, CA. (Myrlys Music)
2004 Diane Witherspoon, After Dark (Summit Records)
2003 Marlena Shaw, Looking for Love Recorded June 14 & 15,
2003 at Sony Music Studios, Tokyo, Japan. (88 Records)
2003 Dawan Muhammad, Here After, Track 7: Sneakin’ A Peak Into Darkness, written by Jeff Chambers (Lifeforce Jazz)
2003 Wanda Stafford, Songs From The Heart (Winc)
2003 Life Force & Blues Compilation, Various Artists (Lifeforce Jazz) 2002 Marlena Shaw, Live in Tokyo (88 Records)
2002 Larry Vuckovich, Blue Balkan: Then and Now (Tetrachord)
2002 Calvin Keys, Detours Into Unconscious Rhythms, Track 1: Potholes (Wide Hive Records) 2002 Jackie Ryan, Passion Flower (Open Art Records)
2002 Kim Nalley, Need My Sugar (Jazz & Blues)
2001 Bill Bell, Just Swing Baby (Jazz Professor Records)
2001 Black and White Box of Jazz, Various Artists (Pulse Empire)
2000 Jeff Massanari Trio: For the Music (JazzDog Records)
2000 Romance in Rio, Various Artists, Track 9: Besame Mucho, Bobby Hutcherson (32 Jazz Records)
2000 Pamyua, Verses, Apallut, Track 4: My Little Child (Ellavut Records)
1999 Gonzolo Rubalcaba, Inner Voyage (Blue Note Records)
1999 32 Gems from 32 Jazz, Various Artists, Disc 2, Track 8: Ruby My Dear, Charlie Rouse (32 Jazz Records)
1999 32 Live, Various Artists, Track 10: Nutty, Charlie Rouse (32 Jazz Records)
1998 Eddie Marshall & Holy Mischief (Ruddy Duck Records)
1997 Buddy Montgomery Trio: Here Again (Sharp Nine Records)
1995 Eddie Harris, Jazz Dance, Tracks 7, 8, 9: You Are Not The Right One for Me, An April To Be Remembered, Dancing By A Rainbow
1997 For The Love Of Monk, Various Artists (32 Jazz Records)
1996 Ahmad Jamal, Live in Paris (Dreyfus)
1996 Dave Ellis, Raven (Monarch Records)
1995 Freddie Hubbard, All Blues (Jazz World)
1995 Eddie Harris, Dancing By A Rainbow (Enja Classic Jazz)
1995 Mary Stallings, Fine and Mellow (Clarity Records)
1994 Freddie Hubbard, Tribute to Miles (Who’s Who in Jazz)
1994 Fujitsu-Concord 26th Jazz Festival, Various Artists (Concord Jazz)
1994 Mel Martin Plays Benny Carter (Enja)
1994 Howard Alden & Ken Peplowski, Encore! Live at Centre Concord (Concord Jazz)
1993 Tenor Titans, Ravi Coltrane (Alfa Jazz)
1993 Fijitsu-Concord 25th Jazz Festival, Various Artists (Concord Jazz) 1993 The Coup, Kill My Landlord (Capitol)
1992 Al Jarreau, Heaven and Earth, Track: Blue In Green (Tapestry), Part 1 “ ˜The Dedication’ (Warner Brothers)
1992 Jazz Celebration: A Tribute to Carl Jefferson, Various Artists, Disc 2, Track 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11: Blue Skies, Pebble Beach, Meditation, and Georgia On My Mind, Dream Team, Yardbird Suite (Concord Jazz)
1992 Elliott Lewis, Voyages, Track: 5, 7, 10, and 12 (OTR Studios) 1991 Mel Martin Plays Dizzy Gillespie (Rhino Records)
1991 Freddie Hubbard Live at the Warsaw Jazz Jamboree
1991 A Tribute To Miles (Starburst)
1991 Dying Young, Original Soundtrack, Track 6: All the Way, Jeffrey Osborne (Arista)
1990 Mel Martin Plays Thelonious Monk (Rhino Records)
1989 Bobby Hutcherson, Ambos Mundos (Both Worlds) (Fantasy Records)
1988 Buddy Montgomery: So Why Not? (Landmark) 1988 Charlie Rousse, Epistrophy (Savoy Jazz/Landmark)
1976 Buddy Montgomery, Ties, At the BBC (Bean)

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