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Ben Williams Releases Vocal Debut with “I Am A Man”

Ben Williams Releases Vocal Debut with “I Am A Man”

Jazz bassist Ben Williams has stepped out front on his new “sociopolitically charged” album “I Am A Man.” Though it’s his third solo album, it’s his debut as both bassist and vocalist.

Christian McBride Releases “The Movement Revisited: A Musical Portrait of Four Icons”

Christian McBride Releases “The Movement Revisited: A Musical Portrait of Four Icons”

Though it’s been performed several times, Christian McBride’s magnum opus “The Movement Revisited: A Musical Portrait of Four Icons” is now available for the entire world to hear.

Supersuckers Releases “Play That Rock n’ Roll”

Supersuckers Releases “Play That Rock n’ Roll”

Supersuckers have released their 13th studio album, called “Play That Rock n’ Roll.” The band, led by bassist/vocalist Eddie Spaghetti, plays it true to the album’s title with twelve tracks of pure rock.

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Green Day Returns with “Father of All…”

Green Day Returns with “Father of All…”

Green Day has released “Father of All…,” which marks the band’s thirteenth studio album. Bassist Mike Dirnt says the album is musically closer to the band’s earlier albums like “Insomniac” and “Dookie” with “epic crowd chorus chant moments.”

Revolution Saints Return with “Rise”

Revolution Saints Return with “Rise”

The supergroup power trio Revolution Saints has returned with a third album, called “Rise.” The band features Deen Castronovo, Doug Aldrich , and Jack Blades crafting new songs in the classic melodic rock style for which they are known.

John Ferrara Releases Solo Debut Album, “A Harmony of Opposites”

John Ferrara Releases Solo Debut Album, “A Harmony of Opposites”

John Ferrara has been releasing music with Consider The Source for years, and for the past few years, he’s been crafting mind-boggling solo bass cover songs and originals. Now, Ferrara has unleashed his first solo album, “A Harmony of Opposites.”

Ida Nielsen Releases “02022020”

Ida Nielsen Releases “02022020”

Bassist Ida Nielsen may be known for her in-your-face funk, but she’s taking another direction on her new album, “02022020.” The release was inspired by the date February 2, 2020, and it’s numerical values.

The Wood Brothers Release “Kingdom In My Mind”

The Wood Brothers Release “Kingdom In My Mind”

The Wood Brothers have returned with their 8th studio album, “Kingdom In My Mind.” Guitarist Oliver Wood and bassist Chris Wood are joined once again by multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix to deliver an album of buoyant grooves and deep lyrics.

Karl Clews Releases “Dissident”

Karl Clews Releases “Dissident”

Karl Clews has released “Dissident,” a new album of original music created almost entirely on his four-string bass. Clews has made several solo bass covers over the years, but his use of the style for his own music is a recent development.

Steve Harris and British Lion Release “The Burning”

Steve Harris and British Lion Release “The Burning”

Metal bass legend Steve Harris has released a new album with his band British Lion called “The Burning.” It’s the second release from the group, which keeps Harris busy when he’s not on the road with Iron Maiden.

Marcus King Releases Solo Album, “El Dorado,” Featuring Dave Roe

Marcus King Releases Solo Album, “El Dorado,” Featuring Dave Roe

Though he’s known for leading the Marcus King Band, Marcus King has released his first solo album. “El Dorado” was produced with Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, who performed many of the instruments, as well as seasoned Nashville ace Dave Roe.

Sons of Apollo Release “MMXX”

Sons of Apollo Release “MMXX”

The virtuoso group Sons of Apollo has returned with “MMXX,” which marks their second studio album. The band has the incredible lineup of Mike Portnoy, Derek Sherinian, Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, Jeff Scott, and Billy Sheehan.