Today we’ve got London session legend Phil Mulford with us for episode 21 of the ScottsBassLessons podcast...
Phil is one of the busiest session players on the UK scene and his performance and recording credits include artists such as Lionel Richie, Chaka Kahn, Leona Lewis, Beyonce, Annie Lenox, Beverly Knight... even the Bee Gees... and, pretty much every TV show in the UK that has a live band.
In a nutshell, he's more than seriously experienced!
Today we're lucky enough to have Sandy Beales, the bass player behind the band 'One Direction', with us for episode 20 of the Scott's Bass Lessons Podcast.
In this episode you're going to hear some fantastic tips for upcoming and seasoned bass players - in fact this is of favourite interviews to date, simply from the amount of actionable advice and important insights you'll hear throughout the interview.
I'm suuuuper excited to tell you that today's guest on the SBL Podcast is none other than the mighty Laurence Cottle. Laurence is one of the most legendary bass players on the planet, and has been a huge inspiration to me over my entire career.
He's played with the likes of Eric Clapton, Deep Purple, Brian Eno, Seal, Tom Jones, Hanson, written with Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, composed music for TV shows such as Friends, 3rd Rock from the Sun and The Oprah Winfrey Show...
In this episode I’m lucky enough to have London session legend Steve Pearce with me! If you speak to any bass players from the UK, soon enough Steve’s name will come up in the conversation.
Why? Because he’s not only one of the busiest bass players on the UK scene, he’s also one of the coolest and friendliest guys you could ever meet.
Steve’s played with the likes of Wayne Shorter, Steve Wonder, Tom Jones, Al Jarreau, Madonna, Mark Knopfler and played on film sound tracks such as Donnie Brasco, Evita, The Full Monty… I’m sure you get the idea! ;)