In addition to his impressive musicianship, David Sutkin’s love for bass guitars led him to become a dedicated collector of high-end basses from luthiers worldwide. Here's an exclusive video showcasing his collection and community.
Wes Anderson’s use of music in his films is masterful. Bassist Marty Isenberg took inspiration from that depth and catalog for his debut solo album, “The Way I Feel Inside.” We caught up with Marty to get the scoop.
Modern funk queen Nik West has worked with a who’s who of funk music. Her newest single continues that tradition with the Godfather of slap bass, Larry Graham. We caught up with Nik to get the scoop.
This month’s edition of Wonder Women features Trish Doan, a Canadian musician and former bassist for Kittie. In addition to bass, she played guitar since age 13 and was the lead guitarist in the band Her in London, Ontario.
As a pioneer of funk, soul, and rock and roll, it would be easy for Rustee Allen to rest on his laurels. But none of his success keeps him from being the best version of himself. We caught up with him in this new interview.
This month’s edition of Wonder Women features classical double bassist Jane Little, a member of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for an astonishing 71 years.
Music is a language, and if you want to be a good communicator, you must be a good listener. We caught up with Danny Ziemann to learn about his background, how to get better ears, how to be a better teacher, and his new book.
Although many know him for his astounding jazz playing, Russell Hall is a bassist that can’t be put into one category. We caught up with him to discuss his new album, “Black Caesar,” and a whole lot more.
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories From the Women Who Play Bass,” we chat with Jordyn Davis, an award-winning bassist, composer, songwriter, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist from Detroit, Michigan.
Lincoln Goines is a consummate bassist and renowned educator. We caught up with him to discuss his debut album as a leader, “The Art of the Bass Choir,” and more.
In this month’s installment of Wonder Women: Stories From the Women Who Play Bass, Brittany Frompovich concludes her two-part interview with Angeline Saris.
In this month’s installment of Wonder Women: Stories From the Women Who Play Bass, we’re catching up with Angeline Saris, fresh off a six-week run with the Celebrating David Bowie tour.