Bassist and educator Roy Vogt will be bringing the thunder to Nashville once again during the Summer NAMM Show. The 9th Annual Thunder Row Bass Invitational is set to take place July 18-20 at Douglas Corner Cafe from 7pm to 11:30pm
Gwar is hitting the road again this fall for the “Use Your Collusion” tour. The tour will be the first without bassist Jamison Land portraying Beefcake the Mighty, but fans of the band will have a familiar overlord laying down the low end.
Consider the Source have announced a new batch of tour dates in support of their latest release, “You Are Literally A Metaphor.” The trio of guitarist Gabriel Marin, drummer Jeff Mann, and bassist John Ferrara will spend the summer on tour in the U.S.
Duff McKagan is keeping busy this year. He’s just released a solo album, “Tenderness,” and is currently touring behind it. Now it appears he’ll be on the road this Fall with Guns N’ Roses, who just announced new U.S. shows.
Ghost-Note has announced a world tour from June through November. The band, which is helmed by Snarky Puppy percussionists Robert “Sput” Searlight and Nate Werth, will once again feature the eclectic grooves of MonoNeon.
Rancid has announced a new tour for this September that will cross the U.S. with a single date in Canada. They’ll be joined on every date by Pennywise, with a host of other bands joining for certain shows.
Stanley Clarke is embarking on a worldwide summer tour with his band that will take him to the U.S., Europe, and Africa.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium have added a new set of dates to their summer tour with a string of August performances. The band, helmed by Les Claypool and Sean Lennon, will bring their live act to U.S. cities between August 9th and the 17th.
The Melvins have announced a massive 10-week tour across the U.S. for the fall. Joining them on the trip will be Red Kross and Sweden’s ShitKid. The Melvins and Red Kross share a bassist in Steven McDonald, who will be pulling double duty on the tour.
After recently postponing his UK tour due to health issues, Glenn Hughes has announced the rescheduled dates for his “Classic Deep Purple Live” tour. The bassist and singer, who was in Deep Purple from 1973 to 1976, also added a string of new performances to the list.