Damian Erskine On This Month’s Groove – The No Treble Podcast

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Damian Erskine is this month’s conversation on Groove – The No Treble Podcast.

You can listen the new episode right here: Groove – The No Treble Podcast – Episode #46 – Damian Erskine.

Who is Damian Erskine?

A fellow No Treble contributor! We’re super-excited to bring you this conversation with our own Damian Erskine. He’s not just a regular contributor to No Treble, but he’s been here the longest. Longevity is a theme for this monster of a player. Damian is known for his ability to fit into any musical situation, extraordinary reading and improvising skills as well as being an educator (and a columnist). Damian has played in the studio or on the stage with the likes of Peter Erskine, The Jaco Pastorius Big Band, Gino Vannelli, Tony Furtado, and many others. He is an adjunct professor at Portland State University, and has also appeared as an instructor at Gerald Veasley’s Bass Bootcamp, the National Guitar Workshop as well as the Berklee College of Music’s Guitar Week. In addition to his weekly Q&A column at No Treble, Damian has written for Bass Player Magazine, Bass Musician Magazine as well as authoring his own books, Right Hand Drive and The Improvisor’s Path.

Enjoy the conversation…

Listen in: Groove – The No Treble Podcast – Episode #46 – Damian Erskine.

What is Groove – The No Treble Podcast?

This is an ambitious effort. This will be a fascinating conversation. Our goal at Groove is to build the largest oral history of bass players. Why Groove? Most of the content about the bass revolves around gear, playing techniques, and more technical chatter. For us, bassists are creative artists with stories to tell. They are a force to be reckon with. These are the stories and conversation that we will capture. To create this oral history of why these artists chose the bass, what their creative lives are like, and where inspiration can be found.

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