News: The Latest News from the World of Bass
Bob Glaub has been doing his job with Jackson Browne for years, and he’s hit the mark again on the songwriter’s new album, “Downhill From Everywhere”.
In 2002, the original quartet lineup of Descendents reunited to enter the studio and record their earliest material. After being shelved for nearly two decades, the tracks have been released as “9th & Walnut”, an album named after their Long Beach practice space.
Munir Hossn has released “Vientre”, an album dedicated to his mother, who passed away in the spring of 2021. The multi-instrumentalist’s vision began as an homage to all women.
An epic performance of the Tedeschi Trucks Band with guests Trey Anastasio and Doyle Bramhall II is now available as an album called “Layla Revisited (Live at LOCKN’)”.
Jon De Lucia has followed up his popular book “Bach Shapes: Diatonic Sequences for Bass” with a new offering called “Bach Shapes II”. The sequel features 144 pages of new studies for bassists.
After dropping teasers and releasing a new song last week, Iron Maiden has revealed a new album for 2021. “Senjutsu” will mark the legendary metal band’s 17th studio effort.
Longtime bassist Joe Trevisano has left Autopsy. The death metal pioneers announced the news on Facebook, saying that the split is amicable.
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.
Steel Panther has announced the “end of an era” with the departure of bassist Lexxi Foxx. The humorous glam metal band, which Foxx has been a part of since its 2000 inception, released a statement.
Up the irons! For the first time in six years, Iron Maiden has released new music. The band has dropped a new single called “The Writing on the Wall”, along with an epic animated music video.
Trey Anastasio has announced a new tour with his solo band that will mark the group’s first tour since February 2020. He’s also announced a new bassist - Dezron Douglas - who will take the spot of the late Tony Markellis.
Circles Around the Sun will be making circles around the States again with a newly announced tour. It will be the band’s first extensive outing with Scott Metzer, who is now an official member and permanent replacement for the late Neal Casal.