If you’re a bassist — you’re in the right place. World renowned bassist and educator Scott Devine in conversation with some of the best and most well respected bass players around the world.
127 - SBL Interviews: All the best bits so far… Part 3 - Practice like the Pro’s
The best bass players spend hours practicing on their own. Find out what you can do away from the stage to fine-tune your skills as we take a timely look back on the idea of practice as seen by the likes of Billy Sheehan, Jeff Berlin, Victor Wooten and more as we delve back into the SBL interview archives.
126 - SBL Interviews: All the best bits so far… Part 2 - Bass Gear
We delve into our interview archives once again to look back on some of the blockbuster moments with the biggest names in bass, such as the time Scott interviewed Tim Lefebvre and got the lowdown on his insane pedalboard. Or when he sat down with Henrik Linder at the end of 2018 after his knock out set at the London Bass Guitar Show.
125 - SBL Interviews All the best bits so far - Part 1 - Why the Bass
In this week's video we’re taking a look at some of the best interview moments so far…
124 - In Conversation with Bryan Beller - You Know What…?
Still holding the bass chair with Joe Satriani as well as his own power trio, The Aristocrats, in this week's interview we sit down with Bryan Beller.
123 - In Conversation with Jeff Berlin - High Standards
There is no other bass player on earth like Jeff Berlin. Since he first emerged on the electric bass in the 1970s, Jeff has worked with a who’s who of jazz icons including Tony Williams, Allan Holdsworth, Gil Evans, George Benson, Dave Liebman AND the Brecker Brothers.
122.5 - In Conversation with Jack Frisch - Studio Stories from NYC
In today’s interview we sit down with Jack Frisch as he recalls his encounters with Jaco Pastorius in the mid ‘80s.
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Why have all the podcast from 2017 been removed?
I’m Geeking out on your podcasts (I just got hip to them). So much insight and inspiration. You’r able to pull such great knowledge from so many of my Idols. Scott your contribution to the Bass community is both large and appreciated? I’ll be signing up….
I like it but.....
Scott’s a great guy and has very interesting guests on the show but I think he needs to refine his interview style a bit. Far to many “yeah, yeah, yeahs” and interrupting or talking over his guests, as they try to finish a sentence or story, making the interviews painful to listen to at times. I highly recommend Scott listen to Sam Harris and Joe Rogan - They both are fantastic interviewers.