Each year, the National Endowment for the Arts pays tribute the legends of jazz, and they’ve just announced the 2022 NEA Jazz Master honorees. One of the recipients of the award is bassist Stanley Clarke.
The Legend, Stanley Clarke, is back with episode 3 of his “Bass Nation” Series. In this episode, there is some great history regarding the electric bass. There is also an interview section with Jack Casady and others.
Here is one of my favorite videos ever, and I’m thrilled to share this piece of sweet nostalgia! In this classic clip from 1989, Stanley Clarke is seen here with Gregory Hines, on the Arsenio Hall Show.
In episode two of his new YouTube show, Bass Nation, bass legend Stanley Clarke talks about a question he gets from students of all levels: How do I find my sound? Verdine White and Thundercat joins him in the discussion.
As an icon and pioneer of the bass, Stanley Clarke has one of the deepest wells of knowledge on the instrument. Now he’ll be sharing his insight with a new online series for bassists.
EBS has collaborated with jazz bass legend Stanley Clarke to unveil the EBS Stanley Clarke Signature Acoustic Preamp. Designed with the double bass in mind, the two-channel preamp operates at a signal level equal to a professional mixing console.
They’re doing it again! Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, and John Patitucci are hosting a webinar on Thursday. This time they’ll be chatting with five giants of the bass: Ron Carter, Stanley Clarke, Steve Swallow, Anthony Jackson, and Christian McBride.
Nick Wells is following up his documentary “Beneath the Bassline” with a new film focusing on jazz. “Walking the Changes: Legends of Double Bass in Jazz” explores the evolution of the double bass in jazz including its beginnings and pivotal moments.
Stanley Clarke is continuing his world tour this fall with dates across Europe and the United States. The band’s current lineup features Shariq Tucker, Cameron Graves, Beka Gochiashvili, Sala Nader, and Evan Garr.
Stanley Clarke is embarking on a worldwide summer tour with his band that will take him to the U.S., Europe, and Africa.
Back in October, Stanley Clarke teased a new “Stratocaster” bass concept he was working on. That story was the third most viewed story on No Treble all year. But that wasn’t it for Stanley. He also released a new album in June, and more.
On July 9, 1980, Stanley Clarke hit the stage at the Montreux Jazz Festival along with Simon Philips on drums, Charles Johnson on guitar, and Steve Bach on keys. And the performance was epic. Here’s the complete show: