Adam Nitti has been establishing his own voice as a bassist and recording artist for over two decades. He has released five solo albums to date on his own Renaissance Man label which have drawn international acclaim. His experience as a session bassist and sideman has resulted in his working on hundreds of projects across different genres, including performances on several Grammy-winning and Grammy-nominated albums. Adam has performed and recorded with a diverse collection of artists, including: the Dave Weckl Band, Susan Tedeschi, Jeff Coffin Mu'tet, Brent Mason, Steven Curtis Chapman, James Burton, Duane Eddy, Suzy Bogguss, Lincoln Brewster, the Justice League (with T Lavitz, Jimmy Herring, and Richie Hayward), Angie Aparo, Scott Henderson, Jon Anderson, Heather Headley, Al Green, Shane Theriot, Mike Stern, Gerald Gradwohl, Kirk Covington, Casting Crowns, Wayne Krantz, the London Symphony Orchestra, and Joe Beck.
Adam's passion for the bass guitar has been matched in recent years by his passion for sharing musical knowledge. In 2012, he launched AdamNittiMusicEducation.com, a membership-based online academy for bass guitar. Using an extensive curriculum-based library of HD video lessons as its foundation, the site also offers interactive features and live masterclasses. Adam is also an adjunct faculty member of Belmont University's School of Music and the Atlanta Institute of Music. He is a bass clinician for Ibanez Basses, Aguilar Amplifiers, and D'Addario Strings, and is also a staff instructor for both Victor Wooten's "Wooten Woods" music camps and Gerald Veasley's "Bass Boot Camps." Adam is a former columnist for Bass Player magazine and Bass Musician Magazine, and has performed and taught internationally at various bass events and camps, including Bass Player Live, Euro Bass Day (Italy), Bass Day U.K., the Outreach Festival (Austria), Bassquake, and the European Bass Day (Germany). Learn more at AdamNitti.com and AdamNittiMusicEducation.com.