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New Albums

The Rolling Stones Reissue “A Bigger Bang: Live on Copacabana Beach”

In 2006, The Rolling Stones held one of the biggest free concerts in history. The band played to a whopping 1.5 million fans and released a live album in 2007. Now they’ve re-edited and remastered the release for 2021.


Berklee Bass Department Announces Paul Jackson Tribute Webinar

Paul Jackson’s passing on March 18th sent shockwaves through the music community. Now a staggering list of his musical compatriots will be remembering him in a live webinar hosted by the Berklee Bass Department.


Bailey, Wooten, and Patitucci Host Webinar with Miles Davis Bassists

Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, and John Patitucci will be offering a free webinar with fellow bass masters. This week’s discussion will feature bassists who worked with Miles Davis, including Dave Holland, Ron Carter, Marcus Miller, and Darryl Jones.


Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, and John Patitucci Host Free Drum and Bass Webinar

Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, and John Patitucci will be exploring the deep connection between bass and drums in this week’s free Zoom webinar. The Bass and Drum Summit will feature three sets of masters that helped set the standards for groove.


Steve Bailey and Victor Wooten to Host Free Webinar with Rhonda Smith, Henrik Linder, Joe Dart, and Darryl Jones

Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey are back with another amazing opportunity for bassists. They’ll be hosting a free webinar tomorrow entitled “Woodshed: Viral/Veterans of the Electric Bass”. The event will also include Rhonda Smith, Henrik Linder, Joe Dart, and Darryl Jones.

New Albums

The Rolling Stones Release “Bridges To Buenos Aires”

Darryl Jones has been in the Rolling Stones for 26 years, but he had only been in the group for five years in their latest concert film, “Bridges to Buenos Aires.” Recorded in April 1998, the full-length show was shot in Argentina’s capital.

Concerts & Tours

Rolling Stones Announce Rescheduled “No Filter” Tour Dates

The Rolling Stones will be back on the road after being forced to postpone their “No Filter” tour when singer Mick Jagger needed heart surgery. The iconic band has rescheduled the tour, which will feature longtime bassist Darryl Jones.

Concerts & Tours

The Rolling Stones Announce 2019 Tour Dates

The Rolling Stones have announced a new leg of their “No Filter” stadium tour that will take place in the U.S. for 2019. The 13-date outing will kick off at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida before heading to both coasts and then wrapping up at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. Of course, bassist Darryl Jones will be laying...

New Albums

The Rolling Stones Release “Blue & Lonesome”

The Rolling Stones are back with their 25th studio album, entitled Blue & Lonesome. Produced by bassist and Blue Note Records president Don Was, the album is the iconic rock band’s first full-length album to feature only cover songs. Blue & Lonesome is described as a tip of the hat to their early years as a blues band when they...

Bass Videos

The Rolling Stones: Miss You

Ever since a new Darryl Jones documentary was announced, I’ve been listening to lots of the bassist’s work on YouTube. Here’s a great extended take of “Miss You” taken from 1995, just two years after he joined the Rolling Stones. Jones carries the groove throughout with rock solid time and feel while Mick Jagger gets into his stage antics.

New Albums

Solo Career-Spanning Sting Vinyl Set Released

So, you love yourself some Sting. And you love vinyl. Well, then, The Studio Collection is right up your alley. The 11-LP vinyl box set includes all the bassist-singer-songwriter’s A&M Records studio albums in one collection. The set includes Brand New Day and Sacred Love, which were not previously released on vinyl. Along with Sting, the albums feature the work...


Filmmakers Announce “Darryl Jones: Like a Rolling Stone” Documentary

Filmmakers Eric Hamburg and Rick English have announced a project called Darryl Jones: Like a Rolling Stone. The documentary will focus on the bass legend’s career as well as follow him during the making of his debut solo album. Jones has played with Sting, Miles Davis, Madonna, and more, though he is currently best known as bassist for the Rolling...