This is the time of year we love to look back. Kicking off our “Best of 2020” lists, here are the top 10 reader favorite interviews and podcasts we published on No Treble this year.
Be sure to check back through the end of the year for more top 10 reader favorite lists. Until then, here are your favorite bass player interviews for 2020:
Tim Fletcher took some time to chat to nineteen-year-old Polish bassist Juliaplaysgroove, and she talks about her inspirations, her famous fans, and her aims for the future.
You may know her best from her Talking Technique lessons on No Treble, but if you haven’t dug deeper on the impressive career of bassist, Ariane Cap, you don’t know what you’re missing. Ari is our guest for this month’s episode of Groove.
From the first notes of Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit’s new album “Reunions”, it’s clear it is a deep experience. In this interview, we talk with bassist Jimbo Hart on how he gets that perfect old school tone, growing up in Muscle Shoals, and more.
Ida Nielsen was the last bass player to be a part of Prince’s the New Power Generation and a core member of his other backing band, 3rdeyegirl. Ida is our guest for this month’s episode of Groove. Enjoy the conversation...
You have to be the kind of player who can play just about anything to get the gig in the American Idol house band. It’s the kind of job where Joe Ayoub shines. He’s this month’s guest on Groove - The No Treble Podcast. Enjoy the conversation...
Deep Purple has released “Whoosh!”, which marks the legendary rock band’s 21st studio album. We caught up with Roger Glover, who told us all about the new album, how he’s keeping busy, and why he never gets tired of playing “Smoke on the Water”.
There was a buzz on Yolanda Charles’ bass playing long before Sting chose her for his upcoming tour. Yolanda’s resume is as diverse as her musical tastes. She’s our guest in this new episode of Groove. Enjoy the conversation...
Even in the middle of a pandemic, Victor Wooten is not sitting idle. We caught up with Vic this week to talk about his webinars, new book and merch site, Wooten Woods, how he’s faring during this time, and a whole lot more.
At the edge of heavy music lies Trivium. Paolo Gregoletto joined the band in 2004, when the band was in the studio working on what would become “Ascendary” (their debut album in 2005). He’s our guest for this month’s episode of Groove.
The city of Philadelphia has produced some of the world’s most prolific bass players. Basil Fearrington is one of them. In this new episode of Groove, we get to learn more about this exciting bassist.