Ernie Ball Music Man unveiled a signature bass for Dream Theater’s John Myung back in 2020, and now they’re updating it with a new finish. The John Myung Bongo 6 HH now comes in a Platinum Silver color palette to complement the original black finish.
One of the bass players that I really wanted to speak with when we first decided to launch Groove – The No Treble Podcast over seven years ago was Dream Theater’s John Myung. Today’s the day! Enjoy the conversation...
Ashdown has expanded their pedal lineup as well as their range of artist products with two new effects units: the John Myung Double Drive Pedal and the Geezer Butler Pedal of Doom.
Dream Theater’s “Top of the World” tour has a new set of dates after being postponed earlier this year. The band, anchored by John Myung, will be using the trek to support their 15th studio album, “A View From the Top of the World”.
Dream Theater has unveiled their 15th studio album, which will be entitled “A View From the Top of the World”. The record is marked for a worldwide release on October 22nd - with a tour to follow.
Dream Theater’s new album, “Distant Memories – Live In London”, is out now. Recorded at the Apollo Theatre in February, the concert sees the band performing songs from “Distance Over Time” as well as the entirety of “Metropolis Part 2 – Scenes From a Memory”.
This week on their recurring Zoom bass webinar series, the trio of Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, and John Patitucci will be exploring the topic of extended-range basses. The webinar will include an impressive line-up of several bassists and luthiers.
Ernie Ball Music Man has unveiled a new model in their Artist Series with the John Myung Bongo 6 HH. The Dream Theater bassist collaborated with the company on his new signature axe to make it his own.
Dream Theater released “Distance Over Time” back in March. The band just released a new animated video for the track, “Barstool Warrior.”
Dream Theater has announced a second leg to their latest tour. The band, anchored by John Myung, is performing songs off their latest release, as well as the 1999 album “Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory” in its entirety.
The wait is finally over: Dream Theater’s fourteenth studio album, “Distance Over Time,” is available now. The album was created with a more tight and focused sound compared to 2016’s “The Astonishing.” The whole writing process took only 18 days, which they say harkens back to the process for 2003’s “Train of Thought.”
When Kevin wrote that Dream Theater had announced a new album back in November, it generated a lot of buzz. That story came with a teaser clip. Now the band – with John Myung on bass – has shared the official video for “Untethered Angel”