Dead & Company have just announced their final tour, but Bob Weir is still going strong with Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros. The band, anchored by Don Was on bass, has just released the second half of their “Live in Colorado” albums.
Blackbird Presents has unveiled another round of The Last Waltz Tour, which pays homage to The Band’s epic farewell concert from 1976. Filling the shoes of the late Rick Danko will be the inimitable Don Was.
Hot off the final date of Dead & Company’s latest tour, Bob Weir has announced a 21-night run with his project Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros. The band is anchored by bassist, producer, and Blue Note Records President Don Was.
Wayne Kramer revived MC5 for a set of tour dates in 2018 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their seminal record, “Kick Out The Jams”. Now he’s announced another tour. Even more exciting is the fact that there will be a new album.
As a member of the Grateful Dead, Bob Weir is well known for his live performances. Now he’s released a new album with Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros called “Live in Colorado” that showcases his new band’s live chops.
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros are gearing up for a big 2022. They’ve just announced a 13-city tour for the spring as well as a new album, “Live in Colorado”, to be released February 18.
The Berklee Bass Department is back again with their weekly webinar hosted by Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, and John Patitucci. This week’s session will spotlight the “producer/bassist,” with an incredible lineup.
Bob Weir and Wolf Bros are currently on tour, and they made a stop at NPR’s office for a Tiny Desk Concert. The band, which includes Don Was on double bass, performed a fantastic set, with four songs.
Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir is taking his band Bob Weir and Wolf Bros back out on the road in early 2020. The trio is filled out by former Primus drummer Jay Lane and Was (Not Was) bassist/producer Don Was.
Grateful Dead co-founder Bob Weir will be taking his side project Bob Weir & Wolf Bros back out on the road this September. The trio is filled out by former Primus drummer Jay Lane and Was (Not Was) bassist Don Was.
After an initial tour last year, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros have announced they’ll once again be embarking on a full U.S. tour. The Grateful Dead guitarist and vocalist is joined by percussionist Jay Lane and bassist/producer Don Was.
It’s safe to say that in the 60 years he’s been playing drums, Ringo Starr has made a few friends. So for his new release, Give More Love, he’s getting by with a little help from them – including a few of the top bass players in the world. The former Beatle’s 19th solo album reunites him with his fellow...