Jimmy De Martini
Rick and Mark del Castillo
Dominque Favez & Tony Castell
Doug "Dirt" Greenfield
Michael “Kim” Lesaca
Dante "D-Man" Nolen
Robert "JJ" Smith
Dywane "MonoNeon" Thomas Jr.
Hank Van Sickle
Rich Moore is bassist for gospel/funk/soul/reggae band NewWorldSon.
Equally at home on electric and upright bass - "Eclectic and Versatile" - are words often used to describe his playing. Whether it's jazz, blues, funk, roots, gospel, or straight-ahead rock - Rich has a passion and intensity for it all. He cites bassists such as Ray Brown, Tony Levin, Stanley Clarke, Jah Wobble, and John Patitucci - to name a few - as influences and inspirations.
He has appeared on numerous recordings as a session artist on various major and independent labels throughout North America and can be found performing various styles of music with a wide array of artists on any given night. From artists such as the late great Ronald Winans to legendary songwriter Marc Jordan, Rich maintains a busy schedule spanning many facets of the music industry.
As a member of NewWorldSon Rich has been nominated for Canadian Juno Awards twice, won 7 Gospel Music of Canada Association awards, and enjoyed success at radio with the hit "There Is A Way" reaching #2 on the Billboard Music Charts and #1 in his native Canada. In addition to critical acclaim, the band has built up a fervent live following with tours throughout the world. He can be seen playing throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Whether in front of 32,000 people in the Netherlands or in a studio setting, Rich relies on his Genz Benz rig to get the job done.
Rich plays the Genz Benz Shuttle 9.0 and Uber 410-UB-4 cabinet.
Quote from Artist:
This is the greatest sounding amp and cabinet I have ever played through. It's like my prayers for the ultimate rig have been answered... whether I'm at home or on the other side of the world I have my Shuttle 9.0 with me - being able to flip a switch from 115v to 230v is a dream come true - and the Uber 410 throws more like an 810 with tone and low end for days. Electric or Upright - Simply the best.... - Rich Moore