The Berklee Bass Department’s weekly hangout will continue tomorrow. Hosted by Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, and John Patitucci, the session this week will feature “Giants of Rock” with rhythm section members from four major bands.
Steve Bailey and Victor Wooten are continuing their Zoom webinar series this week with a roundtable of rock legends. The free event takes place tomorrow and will feature Justin Chancellor, Mike Gordon, Stefan Lessard, and Mike Inez.
Steve Bailey and Victor Wooten have organized an amazing bass hang, which is happening Thursday, April 16th. The free webinar is open to the public and will feature a conversation with Megadeth’s Dave Ellefson, Tool’s Justin Chancellor, and Billy Sheehan.
After announcing several smaller legs since the release of “Fear Inoculum,” Tool has announced a large scale North American tour that will take place in the spring and into the summer.
Tool has unveiled a new round of tour dates in the U.S. Northwest in support of their latest album, “Fear Inoculum.” They are also scheduled to headline Bonnaroo in June.
This is a tradition we love! This year, it almost didn’t happen, but Steve Bailey came through with a video for us to share, with Ron Carter, Justin Chancellor, Leland Sklar, John Patitucci, Victor Wooten, Janek Gwizdala, and Freddie Washington.
Tool’s current North American tour may be sold out, but if you don’t have tickets there is still hope. They’ve just announced a new leg of dates for early 2020 to continue supporting their recent and long-awaited album, “Fear Inoculum.”
It’s finally here. Fear Inoculum is Tool’s first album in 13 years, and it does not disappoint. As if that wasn’t enough good news, Tool announced a round of North American tour dates for the fall.
Tool fans have a little more to chew on until the release of the band’s new album. The group, anchored by bassist Justin Chancellor, revealed the title will be “Fear Inoculum” and that it will be released on August 30th. They also released their entire catalog on all digital platforms.
Tool has revealed a set of tour dates for the spring and summer. The news comes following several indications that their highly anticipated next album will be available soon.
Attention Tool fans: the band has just announced the instrumentalists will be giving intimate music clinics in conjunction with their upcoming tour dates. Guitarist Adam Jones, drummer Danny Carey, and bass monster Justin Chancellor will offer attendees a “rare immersive dissection and performance” in the series. “The discussions include [the musicians] walking attendees through a handful of the band’s songs,...
Tool’s Justin Chancellor has always been known for his impeccable style and tone. While he is typically associated with a Wal bass, this week we’re taking a look at his new Streamer Stage II from the Warwick Custom Shop. The bass is built with neck through construction with Warwick’s “hidden neck” option, which means the thru-neck is only seen from...