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  • Jerry Jemmott Workshop

    Jerry Jemmott, aka “The Groove Master” is holding a half-day workshop at the Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Arts Center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The workshop will be held on February 21 at 1 p.m. and is open to all musicians. Jemmott is one of the most recorded and influential bassists of all... »

  • Victor Wooten set to open Wooten Woods

    Since 2000, Victor Wooten has been running his Bass/Nature camp, and dreaming of having his own location. In 2008, Wooten and his wife purchased about 150 acres of land near Nashville, Tennessee to serve as the new home for the camp. Since April 2008, the camp has been under construction, and the first “Wooten Woods... »

  • Geddy Lee talks Grammys

    USA Today has a feature on the prospects of Rush ever getting a Grammy, or entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Marco R. della Cava’s lead says it all: “Let’s be honest. When you write 20-minute songs that spin futuristic tales of cruel priests ruling from the mythical Temples of Syrinx — cue... »

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  • Jazz Life: the Very Best of Chris Minh Doky

    File this one under an album we missed when it released, but wish we didn’t. Chris Minh Doky released a double album “A Jazz Life” in November 2008. As Chris describes the release, “This is my compilation album, which actually is a double album. One CD contains my favorite vocal tracks (and a brand new... »

  • Billy Sheehan releasing third solo album

    Billy Sheehan is releasing “Holy Cow!”, his third solo album in March in the U.S. The album is already available in Japan. The album was recorded in Sheehan’s home studio and features guest performances by Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Doug Pinnick of King’s X, Paul Gilbert of Mr. Big & Racer X, and Tony... »

  • Ron Carter performing in NYC with Helen Sung

    Rubin Museum of Art in New York City is hosting a performance with bass legend Ron Carter and pianist Helen Sung on February 6th, 2009 at 7pm. The performance is part of the museum’s 2009 Winter/Spring Harlem in the Himalayas Series. Tickets are $18 in advance, $20 at the door. »

  • Aguilar Continues Master Class Series with Gerald Veasley

    Gerald Veasley is leading the next in Aguilar Amplification’s ongoing Artist Series Master Classes series. Veasley’s clinic, “Improvisation for Everybody”, will cover the concepts of soloing. The event is free to the public at Aguilar’s showroom in New York. Aguilar will also provide a factory tour and offer the chance to try out their products.... »

  • Michael Manring updates tour dates

    Michael Manring‘s tour continues. Check out his latest schedule: Manring/Kassin/Darter Sat. Jan. 31 at 8:15pm Noe Valley Music Series in San Francisco, CA (415-454-5238) Project M Mon. Feb. 16 at 10pm Elysium Arts Folk Club in Rollinsford, NH Project M Tue. Feb. 17 at 1pm Cafe 939 New Brew (lunch time series) Berklee College of... »

  • Tal Wilkenfeld tour update (Australia)

    Tal Wilkenfeld is currently on tour with Jeff Beck, with upcoming dates in Australia. Jan 26th & 27th, 2009 at 8pm: the Palais Theatre in Melbourne, Victoria Jan 29th, 2009 at 8pm: Brisbane Convention Centre in Brisbane, Queensland Jan 30th, 2009 & 31st at 8pm: Enmore Theatre in Sydney, New South Wales Jan 31st &... »

  • Les Claypool tour dates

    Les Claypool is gearing up for a new tour with percussionist Mike Dillon, drummer Paulo Baldi and cellist Sam Bass. 3/04/09: San Diego, CA at House Of Blues (with Yard Dogs Road Show) 3/06/09: Las Vegas, NV at House Of Blues (with Yard Dogs Road Show) 3/07/09: Los Angeles, CA at Palladium (with Mutaytor, Saul... »