Musician. Vocalist. Steel Pannist.
Award-Winning Recording Artist.
Actress. Theatre & Music Educator.
Becky Bass, hailing from St.Croix, US Virgin Islands, is a renowned vocalist, steel drummer & actor. A two-time New England Urban Music Award winner, Becky’s beautiful, angelic voice and skillful steel pan playing can now be heard while performing her Caribbean Soul music as a solo artist as well as with several bands all over the New England area, such as Zili Musik, Natural Element, and Sidy Maiga & Afrimanding. She has had the opportunity to open for and perform with many international artists, including Oumou Sangare, Yellowman, Warrior King, and Wyclef Jean. Within the past few years, Becky has also traveled nationally to quite a few places: Washington D.C. to play at the National Gallery of Art’s Jazz in the Garden concert series, Florida’s Treasure Coast and New York City to perform at Lincoln Center. She also lends her musical talents to RPM Voices of Rhode Island, a cross-cultural, multi-generational gospel choir led by Dr. Clarice Thompson.
"RENT" @ THE BACK BAY EVENTS CENTER, FEBRUARY 2016
"AFIBA & HER DAUGHTERS" @ RITES & REASON THEATRE, MAY 2016
Becky Bass made her fourth appearance with Fiddlehead Theatre Company in the production of RENT. It premiered at the John Hancock Back Bay Events Center in downtown Boston. She performed as Mrs. Jefferson, The Blanket Lady and as part of the ensemble singing iconic songs, such as "Seasons of Love" & "La Vie Boheme". February 5-21, 2016.
Her next show was held at Rites and Reason Theatre in Providence, RI, where she played a few characters, including the lead singer of the house Reggae band. Afiba and her Daughters was set in Jamaica during the 1800s to present day.