Victor Wooten and his brothers Joseph, Roy, and Regi will be taking Europe by storm this November with two weeks of dates spread across the continent.
Once again, a new album of jazz icon John Coltrane’s music has been unearthed and released to the public. “Blue World” features Trane’s classic quartet with McCoy Tyner, Elvin Jones, and Jimmy Garrison.
Cory Henry is hitting the road this month with his band to support his latest release, “Art of Love,” but fans can expect something even newer. The Funk Apostles is anchored by bassist Sharay Reed.
Once again, the music of 1969 is being celebrated on its fiftieth anniversary. This time it’s one of the biggest albums ever produced: “Abbey Road”. The Beatles’ legendary album is available in several packages with brand new stereo mixes and more.
After nearly 15 years in the band, Chevelle bassist Dean Bernardini will be taking a break from the band following the end of their 2019 tour dates.
Mike Stern has teamed up with Jeff Lorber for a new album by way of Lorber’s Fusion project. “Eleven” is a merging of their unique voices over ten tracks. The impetus for the new album came from bassist Jimmy Haslip, who also co-produced the record.
The Pixies have added a handful of tour dates for December that will bring the band to intimate venues. Currently anchored by bassist Paz Lenchantin, the band is supporting their latest album “Beneath the Eyrie.”
Robbie Robertson has returned with a new solo album entitled “Sinematic” that is a darker, more intimate look at the famed guitarist from The Band. The majority of the tracks feature Pino Palladino, while two include Reggie Hamilton.
Phish keyboardist Page McConnell’s supergroup Vida Blue has returned with their first new album since 2003. “Crossing Lines” reunites the trio of McConnell, drummer Russell Batiste, and bassist Oteil Burbridge, while adding guitarist Adam Zimmon.
After a five year hiatus, LeCompte Electric Basses is back. Luthier Bud LeCompte made the announcement via email and social media.