Groove – The No Treble Podcast debuted on January 8th, 2015, with Robert Trujillo as our guest. Our goal at Groove is to build the largest oral history of bass players. This is helped by generous supporters who subscribe to the podcast – giving them early access to episodes and our entire back catalog.
We want to publicly thank these terrific people who think enough of Groove to support it. Browse through this list and see what these great bassists and fans of the bass are up to. If you’d like to become a subscriber, sign up here. Once you do, we’ll send you information on how you can be added to this page.
Thanks to all of you who listen, support and share this project. You mean the world to us.
The UK’s leading solo bass guitarist. Serial collaborator, maker of much music, driven by curiosity, liver of a life less ordinary.
I play bass and sing songs (maybe one day I’ll go pro). I am currently living in Georgia with my awesome family.
Raised by opera singers in Austin, Texas, Rachel Rhodes is a bassist / vocalist / cellist / writer / composer active in Paris, France. A solo bass project is in the works!
JD records and performs as the solo act, BassDbler whose Dune-themed concept albums are described as “bass-driven, cinematic, trip-hop”; while also composing music for films and series, and serving as the Music Director for the Giant Fire Breathing Robot podcasts. JD is a proud Eden endorser.
After playing trumpet for close to 15 years Eric discovered bass and never looked back. He finds the possibilities of the instrument endless and is excited about becoming a better player. His website is a journal of his playing experiences as an amateur musician while juggling work and family.
Magnus has been playing bass 25+ years. He started out in local rock bands and has studied bass guitar and music. He raduated in 1996 from the University in Sweden with a masters of fine arts in music education degree. A mix of playing gigs in various genres and teaching has kept him busy ever since!
Scott’s solo music… Coming from his background as a bassist with such influential artists as Alice Cooper, Sonia Dada, Flo & Eddie and Pops Staples, composing for movies and television, you hardly expect the haunting melodies that inform the atmospheric beauty of his new recordings.
Mitch has hosted Groove since the beginning. Remarkably, he’s also a subscriber.