BASS PLAYER Live! Almost Here! New artists just added!

 BASS PLAYER Live! about to hit Hollywood
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BASS PLAYER Live! the most anticipated bass event of each year is just around the corner: October 24 & 25th at SIR Studios and the Key Club in Hollywood, and we've just confirmed Vato Negro, with Juan Alderete, Omar Rodriguez Lopez, and Thomas Pridgen of the Mars Volta, for the Saturday night concert!! Click here for a detailed rundown of exhbitors, clinicians, the concert, and how to get your tickets! Hurry before it sells won't want to miss it!


Bass Player LIVE! 2013 to honor Geezer Butler, Lee Rocker & Tal Wilkenfeld

Bass Player LIVE! 2013 is scheduled for November 9 and 10 in Hollywood, CA. The annual event will feature musician clinics and exhibitors at S.I.R. Studios and will be highlighted by the November 9 Bass Player LIVE! Concert & Awards Show presented by Hartke. This all-star concert will take place at the historic Fonda Theatre and will honor heavy metal legend, Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler and rockabilly bass legend Lee Rocker, while jazz-rock phenom Tal Wilkenfeld will be presented with the “Young Gun” award.

Bass Player Live! Rumble on Sunset Strip

IT BEGAN THE WAY ANY GREAT concert should, fashionably delayed, with a long line of eager attendees snaking around the circumference of the Key Club on Sunset Blvd; it ran the gamut from tears to cheers, with some surprises tossed in; and by the end it ranked as perhaps the most memorable of the fi ve Bass Player LIVE! concerts held thus far in Los Angeles.

Bassplayer Live : 2009 Overview

FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR, SUNSET Boulevard in Los Angeles served as the stylish backdrop for BASS PLAYER LIVE!, on October 24 and 25. With the event scheduled seven days earlier than last year’s Halloween-weekend tilt, and with one of the most comprehensive lineups yet assembled, there was nary a hint of a sophomore jinx. In fact, BPL 2009 tallied its highest-ever number of exhibitors and attendees. The proceedings actually began on the evening of the 23rd at Musicians Institute in Hollywood, with a screening of Rambling Boy, the new documentary on the life of jazz legend Charlie Haden. Haden—who joined Tower Of Power groove god Francis “Rocco” Prestia as recipients of BP’s 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award—spoke afterward, along with filmmaker Reto Caduff.