Bernard Georges

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For the Seychellois politician, see Bernard Georges (politician).

Bernard Georges (born March 29, 1965) is best known for his bass guitar work in Throwing Muses and 50 Foot Wave.

Beginning in 1992, he played bass for Throwing Muses on their album releases and in their concert appearances, having previously worked as roadie for the group. Georges has also played bass on recordings by Lakuna, as well as by the Boston-based bands Fritter and Count Zero.

Since 2003 Georges has recorded and toured primarily with the California-based 50 Foot Wave, while working on the side as a bicycle shop technician.

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Georges is also known in the bicycle industry as a talented rider and talented welder of steel and titanium bike frames. He worked at custom builder Seven cycles and now at 333fabrication based in Seattle.

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