Last year, bass icon Stanley Clarke unveiled his latest band, called 4Ever. Now the “School Days” virtuoso has shared a set of dates for 2023 that will take the fledgling group around the world.
Stanley Clarke, Stewart Copeland, and Deborah Holland have reunited as Animal Logic to announce two brand new singles that will be released in November. The songs will be the supergroup’s first releases in 31 years.
I’ve always enjoyed the videos I’ve seen of Stanley Clarke’s 1977 Montreux Jazz Festival performance. SourceCodeX shared this newly remastered video of songs from the performance, and it has never been better. Enjoy the next 17+ minutes.
Stanley Clarke joined Cory Henry at the Blue Note NYC on May 7th, and this happened. Check out their incredible performance of the Charles Mingus tune, “Goodbye Porkpie Hat.”
In 1990, Wayne Shorter, Michel Petrucciani, Gil Goldstein, Pete Levin, Stanley Clarke, and Lenny White joined forces to release “The Manhattan Project”. Here’s a great video of the band performing Shorter’s “Nefertiti”.
No Treble reader Zvonimir Bucevic sent us this video, and it is incredible. Check out this Stanley Clarke solo during a Return to Forever concert in 1972. Legend!
Victor Wooten has been continuing his Bass and Nature camps this year in a virtual setting. He also dropped the bombshell that the event will bring S.M.V. – the bass hero trio of Wooten, Stanley Clarke, and Marcus Miller – back together.
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.