After premiering in 2019, the Buster Williams documentary “Bass to Infinity” is now available via major streaming platforms. The film follows the jazz legend’s life and career with interviews, jam sessions, and brilliantly animated stories.
While we’re not out of the woods quite yet, live music is starting to come back. The Wood Brothers are getting back on the bus for a handful of socially distanced dates in June.
What a great day to sit back and listen to some great tunes, with great bass. Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorite videos from February 2021.
Edie Brickell & New Bohemians performed “Stubborn Love,” from their latest album on the Tonight Show recently. It is so great to see the band once again, including hearing Brad Houser’s work.
2021 is shaping up to be a fruitful year for Mononeon. After releasing “Banana Peel on Capitol Hill” in January, the bassist has dropped another killer album, “Supermane”.
Mark Egan and Danny Gottlieb have been performing for nearly 50 years, and 2020 saw the latest release from the duo. We reached out to Mark to get the track-by-track background on “Electric Blue” from the man himself.
The new project from Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak is called Silk Sonic, and they couldn’t have picked a better name. Their debut single is the ultimately catchy “Leave The Door Open,” which features some slick bass work of Brody Brown.
Ariane Cap has followed up her smash hit “Music Theory for the Bass Player” with a new instructional book, “The Pattern System for the Bass Player”.
Fodera is celebrating their 38th year in business with a special 2021 Anniversary model, which is a take on their Monarch Elite. The bass features a walnut body with a Zebrawood top to recall some of their earliest designs.
We’re still reeling from the news that we’ve lost one of the legends, with the news of Paul Jackson’s passing yesterday. We spent the day spinning records and watching videos, including this epic clip of Mr. Jackson jamming with drummer Mike Clark.
The world is still socially distanced, but that’s not stopping the San Francisco Symphony and Northern California Chamber Music Academy from presenting the San Francisco 25th annual Winter Bass Bash.
If you’ve been following Travis Huisman’s “Recording Bass” column, you should have a pretty good understanding of how he approaches recording and mixing bass. But what happens when these things don’t pan out? Travis has the answers.