Ron Carter is one of the most famous jazz bassists of all times. He turns 82 in May and is best known for his work during 1963-68 when he played with Miles Davis at his legendary Quartet recording immortal albums such as “Seven Steps to Heaven”, “Miles Smiles” and “Nefertiti”. During his long career Carter has played over 2 200 studio recording sessions entitling him as the most recorded bassist in jazz history. This American musician has versatile career and has released several albums under his own name. Carter last performed at Pori Jazz back in 2001 and this summer he brings along his quartet featuring pianist Donald Vega, saxophonist Jimmy Greene and drummer Payton Crossley.