In today’s podcast we’re talking to the bass-playing rapper from Atlanta, Divinity Roxx.
Few faces are as instantly recognisable within the bass world as Divinity Roxx. The same is definitely true of her playing. Brought up on a diet of Earth, Wind & Fire and Slick Rick, Divinity toured with Victor Wooten for five years, and can be heard on Victor’s 2001 album ‘Live In America.’ Taking to the road once more with powerhouse diva, Beyoncé Knowles, Divinity joined an A-list of musicians who, calling themselves Suga Mama, recorded on Beyoncé’s 2006 album ‘B’Day’ and toured her 2008 release ‘I Am…Sasha Fierce.’
In today’s podcast we’re talking to six-string virtuoso Rich Brown!
Rich is a really classy player and certainly knows his way around a bass better than most. Having chosen to explore plenty of musical tangents, which have seen him dabble in many different genres, Rich has appeared on countless recordings ranging from jazz to funk to latin to traditional Asian and Arabic music.
In today’s podcast Adam Ben Ezra lifts the lid on one of my favourite YouTube videos of all time.
There are so many bass players around today, especially now with YouTube; there are millions of guys playing some incredible stuff, but from a pure bass perspective, Adam Ben Ezra is the real deal.
Today we’re chatting to session legend Mo Foster, who has a credit list that could fill a book. In fact it has! It was an opportunity not to be missed when Mo invited us round for a chat about all things bass.