In today’s podcast we meet the man behind Nordstrand Guitars, Carey Nordstrand.
In today’s podcast we’re talking to Sam Lord, bassist with electro-pop outfit Aquilo.
In today’s podcast we’re talking to double bassist and long time supplier of the low-end for Lamb, Jon Thorne.
In today’s podcast we get up-to-speed with one of the founders of thrash, Megadeth bassist David Ellefson.
In today’s podcast we get the lowdown on a stunning new album featuring Jaco Pastorius live in New York City.
In today’s podcast we chat with Michael League, the man behind the award-winning Brooklyn-based collective Snarky Puppy.
In today’s podcast we meet the man pulling the bass strings with UK breakthrough act Inglorious.
In today’s podcast we sit down with Keith Duffy, long-serving bassist with The Corrs.
In today’s podcast Ruth Goller talks us through her inspired bass work with some of the coolest names on the London jazz scene.
In today’s podcast Andrew McKinney lends an insight into every bassman’s dream gig.
In today’s podcast we catch up with one of the most recorded bass players in popular music. Nathan East has performed with such a huge number of all-time greats, from Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder to Quincy Jones and Eric Clapton, that it’s hard to sum up the impact he’s had on popular music.
In today’s podcast we're catching up with a star of the 2017 London Bass Guitar Show, Shez Raja.
In today’s podcast we marvel at the awesome bass work of A Perfect Circle bassist Matt McJunkins.
In today’s podcast we catch up with SBL and Berklee alumni Maddie Jay.
Born and raised in the small mountain town of Smithers, British Columbia, Maddie is regarded by many as ‘one to watch’, having already shared the stage with the likes of Abraham Laboriel Sr. and drum legend John “JR” Robinson.
In today’s podcast we catch up with fretless bass phenomenon Gary Willis.
If you ever stop to wonder how a world-class musician stays at the top of their game for so long, then look no further than bassist and composer Gary Willis for your answer.
In today’s podcast we catch up with the truly phenomenal Kai Eckhardt.
A star sideman to the likes of John Mclaughlin and Billy Cobham, Kai Eckhardt has forged an incredible career based on his subliminal bass tones and melodic solos. Driven by an unshakeable dedication to music, he easily qualifies as one of the most important bass voices of his generation. We spoke for over an hour about all manner of things, from melody and chord sequences to touring and moving to America.
In today’s podcast I sit down with Geoff to share my story.
My love affair with the bass started in the North West of England, where I got a job as an apprentice luthier at Overwater Basses. During the next few years, I landed a gig on a cruise ship where I learned the ropes, before setting up scottsbasslessons.com having been told that I wouldn’t be able to play bass again due to a neurological disorder. After discovering that silk gloves could help me regain control of my playing, I set about putting the finishing touches to SBL. Of course, it didn’t all happen overnight, and who better to delve a little deeper than our very own Geoff Chalmers.
In today’s podcast we’re celebrating our 50th episode! To mark the 50th episode of the SBL podcast we’re taking a look back at some of the best moments from our journey so far.
In today’s podcast Michael Janisch talks about his long-standing love affair with the bass.
Michael Janisch emerged as a force to be reckoned with his 2010 solo album, Purpose Built, yet almost slipped away under the radar while setting up his own record label, only to build up a headwind of critical approval with his latest release, Paradigm Shift.
In today’s podcast we unravel the tone secrets of Florence and the Machine bassist Mark Saunders.
In today’s podcast Scott meets Colin Edwin, bassist with Britprog legends Porcupine Tree.
In today’s podcast we’re talking to a modern master of the electric bass.
Best known for his work with Living Colour, Doug Wimbish can look back on an esteemed career that began in the early 80s when he was recruited by Sugar Hill Records to join the rap label’s house band.
In today’s podcast we’re talking to a bassist who’s taken the art of solo bass playing to a whole new level. Merging breathtaking technique with a compositional approach that defies logic, Michael Manring is a unique talent on the bass guitar.