The Godfather of Punk’s career is still going strong as Iggy Pop is back with his 19th studio album. “Every Loser” features an insane musical roster with members of Guns N’ Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, blink-182 and more.
Ozzy Osbourne has followed up 2020’s “Ordinary Man” with another solo album, entitled “Patient Number 9.” On the low end of the frequency range are three monstrous bassists: Robert Trujillo, Duff McKagan, and Chris Chaney.
The Smashing Pumpkins and Jane’s Addiction have teamed up for the Spirits on Fire tour, which will see the bands covering North America over October and November. For each group, it will be their first outing in some years.
The David Bowie tribute, “A Bowie Celebration”, had its tour cut short last year due to the pandemic. Now they’ve scheduled a streaming event with appearances by Chris Chaney, Tony Levin, Tim Lefebvre, Gail Ann Dorsey, Carmine Rojas, and Tony Visconti.
Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, and John Patitucci are continuing their weekly bass hang on July 9th with a session called “L.A. Studio-Shed.” The free Zoom webinar will feature the trio talking with a who’s who of the session scene in Los Angeles.
Guitar wizard Joe Satriani has returned with his 18th studio album, entitled “Shapeshifting.” Satch put together a core band for the album, which once again includes Jane’s Addiction bassist Chris Chaney.
Joe Satriani is releasing his 18th studio album, “Shapeshifting,” in April, with Chris Chaney on bass. He’s just released a video for the tune “Nineteen Eighty” as a preview of what’s to come.
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins has released a new album called “Get The Money.” The star-studded album is anchored primarily by a band called The Coattail Riders, which includes Chris Chaney. Duff McKagan and Mark King also contributed.
Melissa Etheridge has released The Medicine Show, which marks her 15th studio recording. The singer is supported by a crack team of session musicians including bassist Chris Chaney, who has worked with artists from Jane’s Addiction to Alanis Morissette.
As we like to say, the only thing better than one bass is two. Now make it two of the best bass players in the world and we’re sold. Here’s a clip of Chris Chaney and Tim Lefebvre testing out the new Supro Huntington bass with a little jam on the Led Zeppelin classic “Out on the Tiles.” After playing...
After nearly two years of writing and with the help of three bassists, Jane’s Addiction have released The Great Escape Artist. The new record is their fourth studio album and their first since their 2008 reunion. After the departure of Eric Avery in 2010, Jane’s Addiction began writing the album, enlisting the help of former Guns ‘N Roses bassist Duff...
Chris Chaney will be joining Jane’s Addiction for their upcoming tour dates, spanning North America and Europe. The band will be trekking in support of their newly announced album The Great Escape Artist, due September 27, 2011. The bass role has been up in the air for Jane’s Addiction over the last year since Eric Avery’s departure. After a six-month...