The No Treble Crew is in Anaheim to cover the 2019 Winter NAMM Show. Be sure to check back often for all the latest bass news and more from the event.
Altitudes and Attitude have released their debut full-length album, entitled “Get It Out.” The band is a side project for Megadeth bassist David Ellefson and Anthrax bassist Frank Bello, who began working on songs together while doing gear demos for Hartke.
No Treble is proud to announce that our second annual NAMM live edition of Groove – The No Treble Podcast will feature special guest Michael Anthony! The event will be held in front of a live audience at the 2019 Winter NAMM Show on January 25th at 5:00 pm.
Reverb has shared a previously unpublished interview with Jaco Pastorius by Tony Bacon. The interview is incredible, focusing on Jaco’s debut album, how he learned to play the bass, his approach to composing and arranging, and more.
Nearly four years after founding the band, Evan Brewer has left the ranks of extreme metal band Entheos. The bassist had been off the road for the last several months of the band’s tour schedule.
Every January, you can feel the ground shake. That’s thanks to the annual Bass Bash, which is returning to Anaheim, California on January 24th and 25th. The two-day event coincides with the Winter NAMM Show and features performances by some of the world’s best bassists.
Vocalist Gregory Porter has just released his first ever live album, entitled “One Night Only: Live At The Royal Albert Hall.” Bassist Jahmal Nichols once again anchors the entire event with warm bass lines to match the singer’s silky baritone.
After an initial tour last year, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros have announced they’ll once again be embarking on a full U.S. tour. The Grateful Dead guitarist and vocalist is joined by percussionist Jay Lane and bassist/producer Don Was.
Korg USA has acquired Spector Bass Company, the former has announced. Korg, which has been managing the bass company's import bass distribution since 2015, says they will be able to help bolster the company's expansion.
The Who have announced they’re working on a new album, which will be their first in 13 years, and they’re going on tour to support it. Bassist Jon Button, who has worked with The Who for the past few years, will once again join the band.