Education Chichester College
|Name Nick Fyffe|
Years active 1999–present
|Born 14 October 1972 (age 43) (1972-10-14) |
Associated acts The Temperance Movement, Jamiroquai (1999–2003), Robert Plant, Deep Purple, Status Quo, Bruce Dickinson
Music groups Jamiroquai (1999 – 2003), The Temperance Movement, Thenewno2 (Since 2009), Vicky Cryer
Albums A Funk Odyssey, Late Night Tales: Jamiroquai, Live in Verona, Pride EP, Beautiful Creatures: Original
Similar People Sola Akingbola, Toby Smith, Derrick McKenzie, Rob Harris, Luke Potashnick
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Nick Fyffe (born 14 October 1972, Reading, England) is an English bassist, known for being an ex-bassist of English funk group Jamiroquai. He replaced Stuart Zender in 1999 with the release of the album Synkronized. He was in the process of applying to a Jamiroquai tribute band, when he got the offer to join Jamiroquai. Fyffe recorded and toured with the band until his departure in 2003.
Since his departure from Jamiroquai, Fyffe has been lecturing at various colleges, and played with the English electronic group, The Shapeshifters. Fyffe regularly takes part in 'The Sunflower Jam', an annual live music event intended to raise money to provide alternative medicine in National Health Service hospitals. Since the first event in 2006, he has played alongside Robert Plant, Deep Purple, Status Quo, and Bruce Dickinson .
He is an alumnus from Chichester College. He is related to the early 20th century entertainer, Will Fyffe.
In October 2009, Fyffe was picked to join thenewno2 (members Dhani Harrison, Jeremy Faccone, Jonathan Sadoff, and touring drummer Frank Zummo) on their US tour with the Australian rock band, Wolfmother.
Fyffe played on thenewno2's first album, You Are Here, along with Harrison and fellow founding member Oliver Hecks.
In May 2011, he played a series of concerts with Deep Purple, while Roger Glover was on paternity leave.
Fyffe is a member of the blues rock band The Temperance Movement, whose first album was released on 16 September 2013.