|Born||1982 (age 35–36)|
|Genres||R&B, soul, pop, alternative rock|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, record producer|
|Instruments||Bass, drums, guitar, percussion, vocals|
|Labels||Truth and Soul Records, Dunham Records, Daptone Records, Big Crown Records|
|Associated acts||Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson, The Arcs, Bruno Mars, Lana Del Rey, Lee Fields, Charles Bradley, The Wu Tang Clan, The Black Keys, Menahan Street Band, Lady Gaga, Dr. John|
Nick Movshon (born 1982) is a bass guitarist, drummer and producer. He is best known for his work with British soul star Amy Winehouse, producer Mark Ronson, and as a member of The Arcs. Movshon has played with groups such as Brooklyn art-rockers TV on the Radio, the blues-rock duo The Black Keys, Afrobeat ensemble Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, hip-hop group The Wu Tang Clan, soul singer Charles Bradley, mixed-soul group Menahan Street Band, and soul-funk group Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings. The bass he is mostly known for using is a vintage Gibson Ripper. He is a frequent contributor to the recorded output of Brooklyn-based Truth and Soul Records, Dunham Records, and Daptone Records. He also played bass on the Bruno Mars song "Locked Out of Heaven". Movshon lives in New York City.
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