Jason Christopher

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Jason Christopher performing with Prong in 2014.

Jason Christopher (born January 20, 1971) is an American bassist. He is currently the bass player for Prong, and formerly the bass player for Ministry, Stone Sour, Sebastian Bach.[1][2][3][4]

In Los Angeles, Jason was one of the founding members of New Dead Radio, and punk rock super group Black President, with guitarists Greg Hetson, Charlie Paulson, singer Christian Martucci, and drummer Roy Mayorga.

Christopher played bass during 2011 for the band Stone Sour, including the band's Avalanche tour and their appearance at Rock In Rio. Christopher is also the backing acoustic guitar player and singer for Corey Taylor (lead singer for Slipknot and Stone Sour) and the bass player for his solo band. He played bass on one track of Taylor's Ronnie James Dio: This Is Your Life tribute album.[5]

Christopher toured with Sebastian Bach from 2012 to 2014,[6] joining them at Rock in Rio 2013. He also performed on their DVD Abacholypse Now. Christopher has also played with Dave Navarro, Jerry Cantrell, Scott Ian, Ace Frehley, and Dave Lombardo.

Christopher sang background vocals on the 2015 Prong covers album Songs from the Black Hole, and appears on the album X (No Absolutes).

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