Kent Carter is an American jazz bassist. His father, Alan Carter, founded the Vermont Symphony Orchestra. He is also the grandson of American artist, Rockwell Kent. He worked in Steve Lacy's group, played on the two Jazz Composer's Orchestra albums and released albums for Emanem Records.
|Born:||Jun 14, 1939, Hanover, New Hampshire|
|Genres:||Jazz, avant-garde jazz|
|IMDb:||Kent Carter's IMDb|
About Kent Carter
Jazz bass player. He recorded numerous albums with saxophonist Steve Lacy and also performed with the Jazz Composers' Orchestra.
He recorded his first album with Steve Lacy, Journey without End, in 1971.
He played lead bass on a 1996 album called The Juillaguet Collection.
He was born in Hanover, New Hampshire. His grandfather, Rockwell Kent, was a notable visual artist.
He performed with Paul Bley on a 1994 album entitled Touching.
Information related to Kent Carter
- Emanem Records artists
- Musicians from New Hampshire
- 21st-century double-bassists
- American jazz double-bassists