Incognito is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a new album. “Tomorrow’s New Dream” is filled with special guests including Maysa, Phil Perry, Take 6, and more. Of course, it’s also driven by the incredible bass lines of Francis Hylton.
Sean McNabb has announced he’s left the ranks of Lynch Mob. The bassist, who has been with guitarist George Lynch’s band for nearly a decade, made the announcement via Twitter.
Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir is taking his band Bob Weir and Wolf Bros back out on the road in early 2020. The trio is filled out by former Primus drummer Jay Lane and Was (Not Was) bassist/producer Don Was.
The Black Veil Brides have announced that bassist Ashley Purdy has left the band. The news was posted by the group on their social media pages.
Kyle Eastwood has a unique relationship with the film industry. As the son of a famous actor, he’s been around it his whole life. Now he’s combining his love for jazz and film with a new album called “Cinematic.”
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins has released a new album called “Get The Money.” The star-studded album is anchored primarily by a band called The Coattail Riders, which includes Chris Chaney. Duff McKagan and Mark King also contributed.
Tool’s current North American tour may be sold out, but if you don’t have tickets there is still hope. They’ve just announced a new leg of dates for early 2020 to continue supporting their recent and long-awaited album, “Fear Inoculum.”
Bassist Sam Wilkes has been blowing everyone away with his performances alongside Knower, Chaka Khan, and Scary Pockets. Now he’s released a live album of his own called “Live on the Green.”
Drum master Virgil Donati has released “Ruination,” and it’s filled with unreal musicianship blurring the lines of fusion and progressive music. Bassists Junior Braguinha, Anton Davidyants, and Evan Marien contributed to the record.
For the first time since 2013, brothers Chris and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes will be putting their differences aside to reunite for a tour. The brothers will be joined by an all-new backing band including bassist Tim Lefebvre.
With their final tour dates scheduled for the end of this month, Slayer has released a new film called “The Repentless Killogy.” The release blends the trilogy of music videos released from their last album, “Repentless,” with concert footage from 2017.
Former Chicago bassist and vocalist Jason Scheff has released “Here I Am,” which marks his second solo album. Scheff shares bass duties with DeMarcus as well as session ace Pino Palladino, who is on two tracks.