Being a bass player is one thing. Being a bass player that fits in to any musical situation is another. To find that unique trait, look no further than Steve Cook. Steve has been called ‘A bass player’s bass player’ for his solid, uncompromising groove, taste, and energy. Steve got his musical career off the ground at 8 years old, when he took up violin. After learning the saxophone and guitar, a schoolmate convinced him that the world didn’t have enough bass players. At age 13, clenching $100, Steve went to the local pawn shop and purchased his first bass. He hasn’t looked back since.