After coming off a busy summer tour with Big Time Rush, Vicky Warwick (Charli XCX, Hailee Steinfeld, blackbear) is opening her books to new bass students in Los Angeles or to anyone around the world via Zoom. She loves to share and teach the joy of playing bass with beginners and pros alike. She also offers coaching to any instrumentalist looking to follow a career path in music. For inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vicky Warwick is a British musician based in Los Angeles and London. She has been playing bass guitar for twenty-two years and is also a backing vocalist, synth and keys player, songwriter and DJ.
She moved to London when she was eighteen to study for a Bachelor of Music in Popular Music Performance from the London College of Music/Tech Music Schools. Since then, she has worked her way up the industry and toured the world, appearing on stages and TV screens playing for thousands of people across America, Australia, Europe and Asia. She has worked with a variety of artists including Guy Chambers, Charli XCX, Hailee Steinfeld, Big Time Rush, blackbear, Hope Tala, Hey Violet, Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey, Frances, Lila Drew, Robert Delong, Gothic Tropic, Tinashé, Josh Kumra, and pop-production house Xenomania. She also has appeared on television with many artists including Cee Lo Green, Rod Steward, Cyndi Lauper, Paris Jackson, Craig David, Vanessa Amorosi and in various bands during the UK X-Factor Live Shows.
Her notable TV appearances include Saturday Night Live, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Today Show, The American Music Awards, The MTV Movie Awards, Top of the Pops (UK), Radio One’s Live Lounge (UK), The Brit Awards (UK), The Graham Norton Show (UK), Alan Carr’s Chatty Man (UK), Live at the London Palladium (UK), Michael McIntyre’s Big Show (UK), Dancing with the Stars (AU), Sunrise (AU).
Vicky has also performed at many prestigious venues and festivals including Madison Square Garden, The Forum, The O2 Arena London, O2 World Arenas, Governors Ball, Lollapolooza, Glastonbury Festival, Latitude Festival, Bestival, The Isle of Wight Festival, Reading and Leeds Festival, Radio One’s Big Weekend, Shepherds Bush Empire, The Greek and Wembley Stadium.