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I Shoulda Loved Ya: Breaking Down Disco’s Last Great Bass Line
From the Bottom

I Shoulda Loved Ya: Breaking Down Disco’s Last Great Bass Line

In this episode of “From The Bottom,” Paul Thompson breaks down one of Disco’s last hits from 1980: “I Shoulda Loved Ya” by Narada Michael Walden, and the excellent bass work of T.M. Stevens.

Jonas Hellborg and T.M. Stevens: Two Bass Players, One Bass
Bass Videos

Jonas Hellborg and T.M. Stevens: Two Bass Players, One Bass

Jonas Hellborg and T.M. Stevens were testing some amps at Warwick, and then this happened.

Warwick to Release “Fuss on the Buss” DVD
News

Warwick to Release “Fuss on the Buss” DVD

Warwick announced they will be releasing Warwick Live: Fuss on the Buss, a DVD release which documents the coming together of 11 bassists on a bus under the Manhattan Bridge. The group includes T.M. Stevens, Larry Graham, Bootsy Collins, Norwood Fisher, Divinity Roxx, Jonas Hellborg, Ryan Martinie, John B Williams, Brandino, Hansford Rowe and Steve Bailey. Warwick says the event...

Player News

All-Star Cast Projected for Bootsy Collins’ Funk University

We covered the launch of Bootsy Collins’ Funk University back in March. Since then, Bootsy’s confirmed an all-star cast for the initial guest-professor line-up, including Les Claypool, Victor Wooten, Divinity Roxx, John B. Williams, T.M. Stevens and Dennis Chambers. Class enrollment is still scheduled to start July 1st at Funk University. The university is now boasting daily uploads of new...

Events

Jacofest: A Tribute to Jaco Pastorius at Iridium

New York’s Iridium Jazz Club has announced Jacofest, a four-night concert event honoring the late, great Jaco Pastorius. Bassists Victor Bailey and T.M. Stevens will be performing with many of Jaco’s former bandmates and colleagues, including trumpeters Miles Evans and Lew Soloff, saxophonists Alex Foster and Butch Thomas, trombonist David Bargeron, keyboardists Gil Goldstein and Delmar Brown, guitarist Billy “Spaceman”...