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Episode #76 of Groove - the No Treble Podcast is here, and this one features a legend. Fresh off his release of “Crying For Hope”, our guest is the great George Porter, Jr. Enjoy the conversation...โดย Mitch Joel
 
Episode #75 of Groove - The No Treble Podcast is here. This month’s guest is the insanely talented Charles Berthoud. Already recognized as one of the masters of the two-handed tapping technique, Charles plays the bass like a piano, accompanying himself with multiple parts.โดย Mitch Joel
 
When you have a guitarist who can create riffs like Megadeth’s frontman, Dave Mustaine, you just know that the bottom end is going to be driving too. And, in this case – and for many decades – David Ellefson has delivered the goods. We chat with him in this episode of Groove.โดย Mitch Joel
 
Mr. Bungle released “The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo” in October, re-recording of their earliest material (that fans were begging for). In this month’s episode of Groove, we chat with Trevor Dunn, who plays with Mr. Bungle and many more.โดย Mitch Joel
 
If you Google Wylie Gelber, you won’t find much. But the bassist for Dawes (and luthier) has quite a story. You will have to listen to this new Groove episode to believe it - his story is about a million times more fascinating and surprising than anything you’ve read so far.โดย Mitch Joel
 
At the edge of heavy music lies Trivium. Paolo Gregoletto joined the band in 2004, when the band was in the studio working on what would become “Ascendary” (their debut album in 2005). He’s our guest for this month’s episode of Groove.โดย Mitch Joel
 
Ida Nielsen was the last bass player to be a part of Prince’s the New Power Generation and a core member of his other backing band, 3rdeyegirl. Ida is our guest for this month’s episode of Groove. Enjoy the conversation...โดย Mitch Joel
 
You have to be the kind of player who can play just about anything to get the gig in the American Idol house band. It’s the kind of job where Joe Ayoub shines. He’s this month’s guest on Groove - The No Treble Podcast. Enjoy the conversation...โดย Mitch Joel
 
There was a buzz on Yolanda Charles’ bass playing long before Sting chose her for his upcoming tour. Yolanda’s resume is as diverse as her musical tastes. She’s our guest in this new episode of Groove. Enjoy the conversation...โดย Mitch Joel
 
You may know her best from her Talking Technique lessons on No Treble, but if you haven’t dug deeper on the impressive career of bassist, Ariane Cap, you don’t know what you’re missing. Ari is our guest for this month’s episode of Groove.โดย Mitch Joel
 
The city of Philadelphia has produced some of the world’s most prolific bass players. Basil Fearrington is one of them. In this new episode of Groove, we get to learn more about this exciting bassist.โดย Mitch Joel
 
Sharay Reed is a proficient player on the upright, electric, and synth bass. He’s performed with countless artists, including his current work with Cory Henry. He’s our guest for this month’s episode of Groove.โดย Mitch Joel
 
Half joke, half one-hit-wonder, all bad. Co-hosts Jeff Terich and Candice Eley ponder the question, "are there any good novelty songs?" Based on what they find...no, there are not. Plus, this month's recommended track: "Two Hour Lunch" by Thank.โดย Treble Media
 
James LoMenzo is one of the most in-demand rock bass players in the world. If you think there’s no life after glam metal, just listen to how James went from being in White Lion to performing with many groups since. Enjoy the conversation...โดย Mitch Joel
 
When you think of Heart, it’s easy to think about Ann and Nancy Wilson. But Heart can be traced back to 1967 when bass player Steve Fossen formed The Army. We caught up with Fossen for this episode of Groove.โดย Mitch Joel
 
Co-hosts Jeff Terich and Candice Eley love goth music. In fact, Candice might be one of the biggest Cure fans on the planet. But they definitely don't love these particular songs, even if other goth fans do. Spoiler: none of these songs are by The Cure, because their songs are great.โดย Treble Media
 
Graham Maby has been a friend and bass player to Joe Jackson for nearly 50 years, and he’s worked with plenty of other musicians as well. We sat down with Graham for this episode of Groove – the No Treble Podcast. Enjoy the conversation...โดย Mitch Joel
 
Black Metal, Death Metal, Doom, Crust and...Nu? There's a lot of metal out there in music land, and let's face it - some of it is pretty terrible. Even legendary artists aren't safe in our look at the worst metal songs ever. Plus, hosts Jeff and Candice share Treble's Essential Track for July: Self-Regulating System by Pharmakon.…
 
This guy has been on our Groove Podcast wishlist since we began. So we're super thrilled to share this month's episode, and our guest Geddy Lee! Mitch caught up with Geddy in Montreal on June 4th during his cross-Canada book tour. Enjoy the conversation...โดย Mitch Joel
 
The team at Treble recently ran down the 50 best hip hop albums from the current millennium, so naturally we had to ask: what's the absolute worst hip hop song? It's gonna be a tough call, if Kanye, Lil Wayne and Insane Clown Posse have any say in it. Plus, hosts Jeff and Candice share Treble's Essential Track for May: Holding Pattern from Big Brav…
 
What do Peter Frampton, Weezer and Portugal The Man all have in common? And exactly what do adult contemporary hit songs, internet memes, and NPR have to do with shrimp scampi? And how does Carrie Brownstein play into all this? There's only one way to find out.โดย Treble Media
 
It's March Madness! And no, we don't mean basketball. But we do think the folks that recorded these sports anthems must be mad. From songs you hear at stadiums to those bizarre tracks recorded by the players themselves, these sports songs have us crying foul.โดย Treble Media
 
The world of electric bass is filled with creative and iconic players. It also features some who are unique in different ways. Jimmy Haslip fits this bill. In this episode of Groove – the No Treble Podcast, we learn more about Jimmy’s story.โดย Mitch Joel
 
Ah, love. It's inspired so many songs over the centuries, and so many of those songs are...just downright terrible, really. Hosts Candice Eley and Jeff Terich are here to cure your Valentine's hangover with a straight shot of cheese-tastic love songs.โดย Treble Media
 
What could be more exciting than celebrating the 50th episode of our podcast – live and in person – at this year’s NAMM Show in Anaheim, California? Enjoy this conversation with Michael Anthony, who talked about the Van Halen reunion rumors, what he’s up to now, and more.โดย Mitch Joel
 
Christian McBride is the renaissance man of the bass. The six-time Grammy-winning bassist is powered by a relentless drive, and he works at a frenetic pace in a myriad of ways. We chat with him in this episode of Groove.โดย Mitch Joel
 
It's that time of year again: the time when music websites everywhere publish their lists of the best songs and albums of the year. But what was the worst thing co-hosts Jeff Terich and Candice Eley heard in 2018? What's worse, pop country or sad rap? And why are soundtracks to musicals so popular? The world may never know, but this podcast won't l…
 
It’s hard to argue that Tim Starace from YYNOT is just another Geddy Lee clone playing Rush’s fabled music. Both statements would be incorrect. Anybody who can even play close to the brilliance that is Geddy on bass is worthy of attention, and Tim brings a whole next level of creativity, sound, and energy to the bass.…
 
When I started preparing for my conversation with Janek Gwizdala, it became abundantly clear why he is such a popular bass player, teacher, and YouTuber. I found myself completely immersed in a fifteen minute long YouTube video about why he has his action so high on the bass. And, yes, it really was captivating. Janek started playing music at eleve…
 
Join Jake and Charlie for the first Four Treble Two since the international break as the boys' teams face off in West London. Meanwhile, City storm past Burnley and Cardiff surprise us both.@FourTrebleTwo on socialโดย Four Treble Two
 
Brand new Four Treble Two from Jake Chandler and Charlie Morrison. This week the boys discuss the latest results in the Premier League, amongst other European competitions. They pick their second Goal of the Week winner and give a positive look ahead to the international break... or not!โดย Four Treble Two
 
Join us for week two of Four Treble Two as Jake and Charlie discuss the happenings in Matchday 1 of the UEFA Champions League, as well as Matchweek 6 of the Premier League. Oh, and there's also something special from the Championship!โดย Four Treble Two
 
We've all got one: a song that everyone else seems to love that you just can't stand. Co-hosts Candice Eley and Jeff Terich discuss the hang ups they have with Bruce Springsteen and the Violent Femmes. Plus, Nashville metal band Howling Giant joins the podcast to talk about the song they never want to hear again.…
 
Tonight, on a very special episode of The Worst Song, co-hosts Candice Eley and Jeff Terich tackle the tough issues...like when bands try to address serious life issues in very silly songs. From Van Halen to Suzanne Vega, many artists have used their music to discuss serious issues. They didn't all succeed.…
 
The 80s gave us lots of great music...and lots of really, really awful songs, too. Treble Editor-in-Chief Jeff Terich and co-host Candice Eley are joined by writer and co-founder of the Black Candies literary journal, Ryan Bradford, to discuss the worst songs of the 80s and discover that even some of our favorite bands committed terrible crimes of …
 
What's worse than a bad song? A good song that's been ruined by another band's terrible cover! Treble Editor-in-Chief Jeff Terich and co-host Candice Eley go under the covers to discover what 311 and The Cure have in common, and what's not so fine about the Fine Young Cannibals.โดย Treble Media
 
2017 brought us a lot of terrible things: a Donald Trump presidency, Nazi-endorsed pizza, and that "Jealous Girlfriend" meme...and these terrible songs didn't help ease the pain. Treble Editor-in-Chief Jeff Terich and co-host Candice Eley debate which song deserves the official title, "Worst Song of 2017."…
 
It's the most wonderful time of the year...or rather, it's the most annoying-song-filled time of the year. Our holiday gift to you is sharing those very special Christmas tunes that we never want to hear again. Maybe ask Santa to bring you some earplugs.โดย Treble Media
 
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