Bio / CV
Carlos Hidalgo, aka Carl Langdon, is an American bass player and composer. At 16 years of age he received his first electric bass from a close friend and mentor in which with countless hours of practice, proper guidance from professionals, his own experimentation of meshing different genres of sounds, and a deep passion for low-growly warm tones are where his wide range of experience, love, and commitment of today comes from. He’s a hard working professional with an incredible groove strict at improving himself everyday for what the demand of today’s music requires and although his training is extensive, he is best described as playing by feel.
6/28/2018-The Tasting Room
6/29/2018-Pennison’s Sports Pub
7/4/2018-Brick House Tavern
6/12/2018-The Scout Bar with 12 Stones
7/27/2018-Pennison’s Sports Pub
7/28/2018-The Tasting Room
8/4/2018-The Tasting Room
8/31/2018-Pennison’s Sports Pub
9/2/2018-J Jigger’s Night Club
9/28/2018-Pennison’s Sport Pub
I have set reoccurring gigs with Mercy Street Methodist Church every Saturday and with The Story Houston Methodist Church every Sunday.
Notable musicians/bands/shows you have played for/with/in?
Notable Bands I’ve played with:
P.O.D., 10 Years, Lacuna Coil, Flyleaf, Buckcherry, Drowning Pool, Red, 12 Stones, Puddle of Mudd, A successful East Coast tour with Scott Stapp.
Currently Playing for:
I’m mainly a freelance musician
Which model Overwater bass do you play?
Trans-black standard 4 string J-Series.
Why do you choose to play Overwater basses?
Hands down, the best sounding J-bass I’ve ever played. Beautiful, well-crafted and very light.
How long have you owned an Overwater bass?
About 6 months.