Mike Luzecky is a diverse and highly sought bassist who has performed at a variety of venues, from pop shows at The Bomb Factory in Dallas to jazz at New York City’s Rockwood Music Hall and with symphony orchestras around the country. Other performances include appearances at the Hinterland Music Festival in Saint Charles, IA, the Fortress Festival in Fort Worth, TX and at the renowned South By Southwest Independent Music Festival in Austin, TX.
Deeply skilled on both upright and electric bass in a variety of genres, Mike has performed and recorded with a range of artists including Josh Groban, Alejandro Escovedo, Justin Townes Earle, Horace Bray, Sirintip, Kaela Sinclair (M83, Troye Sivan), Cas Haley, Joel Cross, Tatiana "Ladymay" Mayfield, Dave Pietro and Adam Larson.
Mike was honored to record bass on the film score for Robert Redford’s The Old Man and the Gun , released in 2018. Scored by Daniel Hart (S-Town, Dark Rooms), the film received critical acclaim including a Golden Globe nomination.
Mike Luzecky is a native of St Louis, Missouri and currently resides in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. An alumnus of the University of North Texas School of Music, he was a scholarship recipient and graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies. When he is not touring or in the studio, Mike can be found playing around the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, including every Sunday night at Paschall Bar on the Square in Denton, TX where he has led his own jazz trio since 2015.