Lee Pomeroy

Bass player

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Bass player for Jeff Lynne's ELO, Yes (ft Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman), Take That, Gary Barlow, Rick Wakeman, Steve Hackett, Chris Braide and many more besides

Having toured and recorded with lots of different artists in varying styles over the years I guess I'd describe myself as a rock player with extras. As well as having played both fretted and fretless bass live I've also played Chapman Stick, Moog bass pedals, Moog synth bass, double neck guitar / bass, rhythm guitar and even the spoons. So I'm happy to do whatever is needed for the song I'm working on.

I also really love being in the studio and working with writers and producers to make a project come alive. I'm happy to play with either a pick, fingers or slap (if that's your thing!) and always work on getting the right sound for the track. And finally, I make a great cup of tea and you always get a choice of biscuits (cookies) with it.

Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.

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  1. Review by Joachim H.

    I enjoyed the collaboration. First rate material, friendly, quick. I recommend him 100%

Logo Therapy - This Oceanic Feeling

I was the Bass Player & guitarist in this production

Terms Of Service

2-3 days turnaround depending on schedule

GenresSounds Like
  • Chris Squire
  • Geddy Lee
  • Paul McCartney
Gear Highlights
  • 1966
  • 73 & 77 Fender Jazz basses
  • Rickenbacker 4003
  • 1980 Musicman Stingray
  • Fender Precision
  • Musicman Stingray 5 string
  • Chapman Stick
  • Taylor Acoustic Mini bass
  • Shergold Double Neck Bass / Guitar
  • Moog Taurus 1 bass pedals
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  • Book drummer Richard Brook (Go West, ABC, Holly Johnson) to track with me liveJun 30, 2020

    Richard Brook is a drummer I've played with for many years. We first worked together in the year 2000 on a Rick Wakeman gig and we were founding members of the band Headspace with Adam Wakeman. 

    Tracking together means we can work out parts simultaneously that will be sympathetic to each other.