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  • Dave Roe To Join Dan Auerbach on 2018 Tour

    Dave Roe To Join Dan Auerbach on 2018 Tour

    Dan Auerbach has announced a 2018 tour in support of his new solo record, Waiting On A Song, and he’s put together a killer band for it. Picking from Nashville and Memphis musicians that helped create the album, the Black Keys guitarist/vocalist will be joined by Bobby Wood on keyboards, Russ Pahl on pedal steel,... »

  • E Street Band Bassist Tallent Makes Solo Debut

    E Street Band Bassist Tallent Makes Solo Debut

    Garry Tallent, the longtime bassist for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, has released his first solo album, Break Time. However, on this record, Tallent handles the guitar work, vocals, percussion, and “various silly noises.” The bassist this time around is none other than Dave Roe, the prolific Nashville bassist known for working the legendary Johnny... »

  • Tiger Army Enlists Nashville Bassist Extraordinaire for Latest Album

    Tiger Army Enlists Nashville Bassist Extraordinaire for Latest Album

    Psychobilly band Tiger Army is sporting some serious bass cred. The group’s new album, V •••, features the work of Nashville bassist Dave Roe (Johnny Cash, Sturgill Simpson, Dwight Yoakam, Vince Gill, Loretta Lynn and a host of others). It’s the band’s first studio effort since 2007’s Music from Regions Beyond. The group also added... »

  • Dave Roe Plays on Sturgill Simpson’s Latest

    Dave Roe Plays on Sturgill Simpson’s Latest

    Country artist Sturgill Simpson has released his followup to 2014’s Grammy-nominated Metamodern Sounds in Country Music. Called A Sailor’s Guide to Earth, the Nashville-recorded album features soul-inflected vocals from Simpson and bass work handled by prolific bassist Dave Roe (Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Jerry Reed, Chet Atkins, Dan Auerbach). Esquire magazine has already said of... »

  • Ray LaMontagne Releases Supernova, Featuring Dave Roe

    Ray LaMontagne Releases Supernova, Featuring Dave Roe

    Longtime Johnny Cash bassist Dave Roe is holding down the bottom on Ray LaMontagne’s fifth studio album, . It’s the first time Roe, a noted Nashville-based session bassist (Jerry Reed, Charlie Louvin, Mel Tillis, Chet Atkins, Dottie West, Kathy Mattea, Vince Gill, Duane Eddy, Faith Hill, and John Cougar Mellencamp) has worked with LaMontagne, who... »