Ric Ramirez
Photo by Jamie Karutz
Ric Ramirez
Bass
2010

Ric Ramirez is a San Antonio native who has played professionally for 20 years. His style is influenced by traditional bass players such as Milt Hinton, Pops Foster, Ray Brown and Bob Moore. Previously, Ric played bass for Texas ‘roots music’ singer-songwriters such as Dale Watson, Jimmy Vaughn, Miss Leslie and Her Juke Jointers, Brennen Leigh, Tony Booth, Heather Myles and the Django Reinhardt-inspired band, Paris 49. Ric recorded a Grammy-award-winning CD with Los Super Seven, numerous CDs with Wayne Hancock and multiple CDs with Two Tons of Steel. He has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry, public radio’s A Prairie Home Companion and public television’s Austin City Limits. Ric says, “I have always admired and have been inspired by ‘roots’ jazz musicians like The Jim Cullum jazz Band that have kept the traditional style and sound alive.”

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