THE BASS SHED PODCAST is a collection of in-depth interviews with Double & Electric Bassist (and other instrumentalists) from every genre hosted by Los Angeles bassist Ryan Roberts. The interviews cover artistry, career, culture, and other aspects of the music industry and humanity are import to the guest.
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Playing bass was love at first pluck for Marty Isenberg. His career as a jazz musician began at the age of 12, after losing his father to cancer the year prior. A skilled amateur musician, Marty’s father kept many instruments around the house that he... more
Roberto Vally’s accomplishments within music date back to his formidable years in New York where he was awarded his Junior High School’s Music Honor Award. It was clear that Roberto was destined to pursue an education in music. From 1974-1978 he atte... more
Double bassist P.J. Cinque joined the San Diego Symphony in 2015, having previously been a member of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition, P.J. serves as Assistant Principal Bass of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra and has performed with t... more
Ryan interviews a lot of players I’ve never heard of before. These are the Master Craftpersons and there is something special to be gleaned from each episode! Ryan seems to ask all the questions I would want answers for!
Dude, you got some cool cats on the podcast and we want to hear what they have to say. There is nothing worse than the host asking a question then the guest starts to answer and the host interrupts. Just shut the F up and lets here what the guest has to say. Got it!
Candid, informative conversations with musicians that help to enlighten others in the days and lives of music creatives.
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The Bass Shed Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 114 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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