Brian Is a Jersey-born Bassist from Newark, New Jersey. He is the younger brother of the late jazz bassist David Eubanks who before his passing in 1986 recorded with Larry Young, Toured with The Duke Ellington Orchestra under Mercer Ellington, Betty Carter and Dexter Gordon. In his 40+ year career, Brian has worked with Tommy Tucker, The Ad Libs, Ashford and Simpson, The Delfonics, Ted Mills, Norman Connors, Tom Browne, Gary “US” Bonds, The Dells, Cuba Gooding Sr. and the Bluenotes just to name a few.
In the 90’s, Brian was a member of the New York based “Black Widow Blues Band” a staple at Manny’s Car Wash. Later on, Brian put together a studio band for Liquid Records called “The Holland Tunnel Project” and released (2) CD’s “What Hip Hop left Behind” and “Stop N Listen” Acid Jazz Recordings. In 2004, Brian Relocated to the Hampton Roads area of Virginia where he is currently working with Bluesman Bobby “Blackhat” Walters and leading his latest project “Fade to Blue”
“I started using the Genzler Bass Array 5 years ago and I love it!! I have the 12-3 and 210-3 cabinets with the Magellan 800 amp. It doesn’t matter what genre of music or what bass I’m playing, the Genzler Bass Array amp gives me the sound and tone I need. The fact that cabs are light weight and compact is also a beautiful thing.
At this stage, if I have to bring my own gear, I don’t want to sacrifice sound for portability. The Genzler Bass Array checks all the boxes” – Brian Eubanks