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A bassist, or bass player, of a band is the member who plays the bass guitar, or any other related bass instrument. The bassist usually stands to the side of the lead singer during a performance, usually opposite to the guitarist, and like the drummer, he helps provide a foundation rhythm to the music.

Petra has had five official bassists through its career, with others performing under an unofficial status as either session bassists, or touring musicians.

BassistsEdit

These are the bassists of Petra through its trajectory.

OthersEdit

Other bassists that have played with the band in some way are:

  • Bill Glover – Played bass in the song "Lucas McGraw" (1974)
  • Tommy Bolles – Played with the band from the Spring of 1978 to the Spring of 1979.
  • Chip Meyers – Session musician that played bass during the recording of Washes Whiter Than (1979)
  • Greg Rupp – Played with the band from 1979 to 1980.
  • Rick Cua – Session musician that played bass during the recording of Revival (2001)
  • Mike Brandenstein – Played with the band during 2001.
  • Wade Jaynes – Session musician that played bass during the recording of Jekyll & Hyde (2003)
  • Phil Joel – Session musician that played bass during the recording of Jekyll & Hyde (2003)

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