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Who is Jimmy Carter?

A quintessential session pro, Jimmy Carter is one of Nashville’s most sought-after bassists. His artistry has been heard through a variety of media all over the world. If you’ve listened to the radio, gone to the movies, watched a television show or commercial, there’s a good chance that you may have heard Jimmy’s creative skill in action.

Working with Artists

Jimmy with George Jones
George Jones and Dierks Bentley

His great reputation led him to work in the studio with renowned artists such as Toni Braxton, Dierks Bentley, Tim McGraw, Alan Jackson, Dustin Lynch, George Jones, Nancy Sinatra, Jerry Lee Lewis, Wayne Newton and Gaither vocal band, among numerous others.


Television and Motion Pictures

His television and motion picture credits include Twister, Nashville, Heart of Dixie(TV show), GCB (Disney), Friends, Felicity, E! True Hollywood Story, CMA Awards, NBA Championship Games, CMT Insider, Nash Bridges, Twister, Tin Cup, For Love Of The Game, Where The Heart Is, and Holes, to name a few. His jingle work has been heard on Yamaha, Nissan, Purina, Honda, Goodyear, Sports Illustrated, and Volvo Spots including others.


Topping the Charts

He has added his touch to many #1’s including those from Easton Corbin, Dierks Bentley, Alan Jackson, and Clay Walker. His Australian and Canadian credits rise to the top of the charts as well.

In a high-pressure world where getting it right the first time is a must, Jimmy’s busy schedule is a testimony to his finely polished studio skills. Jimmy quickly established a reputation as a player with all the tools; timing, tone, taste, and a great attitude.