The living legend of world jazz, Stanley Clarke!
A pioneer of jazz and jazz-fusion, consummate virtuoso and winner of the award "Grammy" (4 times).
Stanley Clark is one of the most famous bass players in the world. 45-year bassist career.
Clark has collaborated with such outstanding personalities in music history as Quincy Jones, Art Blakey, Paul McCartney, Keith Richards, Aretha Franklin, The Police, Jeff Beck, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and many others.
Stanley Clark created his own unique style and personal technique of playing bass guitar: many musicians note Stanley's "fierce dexterity", capable of making a bass guitar a solo instrument in almost any song.
Clarke devoted himself not only to the stage, playing the bass guitar and double bass. He is a producer and composer, the author of music for a number of television series and popular Hollywood films, including “The guys next door”, “What love is capable of” (biographical film about Tina Turner), “Carrier”, “Romeo must die”, “Passenger 57".