This guy has been on our Groove Podcast wishlist since we began. So we're super thrilled to share this month's episode, and our guest Geddy Lee! Mitch caught up with Geddy in Montreal on June 4th during his cross-Canada book tour. Enjoy the conversation...
As we were approaching our 5th anniversary, we launched one of my favorite features on No Treble: Groove (our podcast). So far, we've had 53 guests. Read the story behind Groove and check out the top 10 reader favorite episodes.
Episode #53 of Groove – The No Treble podcast is here. This month, we chat with prog-rock legend Randy George. Enjoy the conversation...
Billy Cox met Jimi Hendrix while they were serving in the Army at Fort Campbell, Kentucky in 1961. In this episode of Groove, we chat with Billy about those early days and more.
The world of electric bass is filled with creative and iconic players. It also features some who are unique in different ways. Jimmy Haslip fits this bill. In this episode of Groove – the No Treble Podcast, we learn more about Jimmy’s story.
What could be more exciting than celebrating the 50th episode of our podcast – live and in person – at this year’s NAMM Show in Anaheim, California? Enjoy this conversation with Michael Anthony, who talked about the Van Halen reunion rumors, what he’s up to now, and more.
No Treble is proud to announce that our second annual NAMM live edition of Groove – The No Treble Podcast will feature special guest Michael Anthony! The event will be held in front of a live audience at the 2019 Winter NAMM Show on January 25th at 5:00 pm.
Christian McBride is the renaissance man of the bass. The six-time Grammy-winning bassist is powered by a relentless drive, and he works at a frenetic pace in a myriad of ways. We chat with him in this episode of Groove.
It’s hard to argue that Tim Starace from YYNOT is just another Geddy Lee clone playing Rush’s fabled music. Both statements would be incorrect. Anybody who can even play close to the brilliance that is Geddy on bass is worthy of attention, and Tim brings a whole next level of creativity, sound, and energy to the bass.
When I started preparing for my conversation with Janek Gwizdala, it became abundantly clear why he is such a popular bass player, teacher, and YouTuber. I found myself completely immersed in a fifteen minute long YouTube video about why he has his action so high on the bass. And, yes, it really was captivating. Janek started playing music at eleven...