With six solo albums under his belt, Jonathan Moody is taking a different approach to the term "solo bass." Focusing on through-composed songs and pieces that skirt the line between technical prowess and melodic depth, Moody approaches the instrument more as a folk artist over a jazz soloist. Using a number of effects (and the occasional drummer), Moody is an instrumental storyteller, leading the audience on a roller coaster (sometimes literally; "Mean Streak" is an ode to one) of technique on the electric bass guitar.

When not performing solo, Moody is an in-demand freelance bassist in the midwest, playing for "whoever asks first." Not bound by musical genres, Moody is equally at home in a blues gig, cover band, kirtan or even musical theatre pit (doubling on electric and upright basses). Moody brings a strong foundation and genre authenticity to each and every gig.

At home in Vicksburg, MI, Moody is a husband to a punk rock drummer, a dad to two awesome kids, a coffee and taco enthusiast and occasional cartoonist/illustrator.