Hailing from Vermont, Zechariah Frink grew up loving music. At the age of five he was learning and playing melodies to songs on the guitar or keyboard and tapping out rhythms but, it was at the age of twelve that he decided to pick up the bass as his main instrument. “I loved all the instruments, but the sound, feel, and versatility of the bass spoke to me the most.” he says. “It really started when I was four and I saw a bass solo in a Yanni concert on TV.” After deciding the bass would become his mainstay, he spent almost every waking, and non waking, hour practicing, and expanding his knowledge of music -- something that's very obvious when you hear him play. Zeke’s influences range from bass legends such as, Victor Wooten, Jaco Pastorius, Richard Bona, Stanley Clarke, and Marcus Miller, to prolific composers and writers including Bach, Beethoven, Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, and Charles Mingus to name a few. “I’m always looking for something new and exciting to bring to the music."...and he always does. Zeke is a proud endorser of Dean Markley Strings.