Adam Nitti

Adam Nitti has been making his mark among his peers as a bassist, recording artist and musician for more than two decades. Five solo albums have been released on his Renaissance Man label to date, which have received international acclaim. However, he has also been an active bassist and contributor to a wide range of projects that cover multiple genres. He is a recording bassist and has appeared on three Grammy-winning albums as well as another Grammy-nominated one. Adam has performed with Kenny Loggins and Carrie Underwood. He also appeared on the Dave Weckl band, Steven Curtis Chapman and Jeff Coffin Mu’tet. Adam’s passion to play the bass guitar is matched by his love for sharing musical knowledge in recent years., an online interactive music school, was founded by Adam in 2003. MusicDojo was an online interactive music school that allowed students to connect with world-class instructors through virtual classrooms. Students could also receive valuable feedback and critiques of their assignments, all on their own time. MusicDojo was unique because it provided high-quality, convenient online instruction. It also helped open the door for other online music education sites. Adam’s knowledge and experience gained from his involvement with MusicDojo ultimately led him to create, a membership-based online academy for bass guitar. The site is built on a large library of HD video lessons and offers interactive options to those who want a more personal experience. Adam is a performer and composer as well as an online educator. He is adjunct faculty at Belmont University’s School of Music, and the Atlanta Institute of Music. Aguilar Amplifiers and Ibanez Basses are his bass clinicians. He also serves as a staff instructor at Victor Wooten’s music camps “Wooten Woods”, and Gerald Veasley’s Bass Boot Camps. Adam was a columnist for Bass Player magazine, Bass Musician Magazine and has been a frequent guest at many events such as Euro Bass Day Italy and Bass Player Live!. He also appeared at the Outreach Festival Austria, Bassquake and the European Bass Day in Germany. From

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