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The SBL Podcast

Scott's Bass Lessons

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If you’re a bassist — you’re in the right place. Join Scott Devine and Ian Allison from SBL as they dissect every aspect to being a bass player - professional or hobbyist - from basses and gear hacks, to musicianship and gig tips, all the way to mental health and what the future might hold for the music industry.
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Upright Citizens

Reuben Rogers & Bob DeBoo

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Come hang with some effortlessly cool professional jazz bassists who have a lot to say about music, life, and of course...the bass! Great interviews with legendary artists, funny road stories, playing and practicing advice, listening suggestions, and much more await you on your journey with the Upright Citizens.
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This podcast features free audio guitar lessons taught by Desi Serna, author of Fretboard Theory and Guitar Theory For Dummies. Learn how scales, chords, progressions, modes, and more get applied to the fretboard and familiar songs. Hear how to best get your playing skills in order. Begin to improvise and compose. Understand why your favorite songs sound so good. ➝ What do you specifically need to do in order to play guitar better? Visit the GuitarMusicTheory.com website to get FREE custom v ...
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Welcome to the How to Hunt Turkeys Podcast. The goal of the H2HT podcast is to make you a better turkey hunter. If it’s your first year in the spring woods or you’ve been hunting turkeys for a few seasons, this podcast will help you become a better turkey hunter. Every episode we will dive deep into the minds of the finest turkeys hunters in the country. We will explore the gear, tactics, people and culture that surround Wild Turkey hunting. Not only will we learn from the wisdom only gained ...
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Feel better about marketing™ The go-to podcast for anyone trying to make sense of the world of marketing, business and beyond. In an industry that is a minefield of utter bollocks, we aim to capture our heroes and allies from the front line to have a chin-wag with. It’s like Pokémon Go, with the single but vital exception that it’s not a short-term bandwagon of shite. UK TOP 2 | US TOP 50 | RELEASED FORTNIGHTLY
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Welcome to The FatCast! I'll sit down with a different friend of mine every week and just talk about how our lives work. From lawyers to photographers to drug dealers to retail workers and all in between. Stories, advice, possibly drug and alchohal abuse, weve got it all. Communicate with me on Twitter or instagram anytime!!
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The globalist billionaire oligarchy striving for world domination is on the edge of gaining and losing everything. Through powerful organizations like BlackRock and the World Economic Forum, the oligarchy will control every aspect of our lives unless the United States stands in the way. Mel K, journalist and host of the hugely popular "Mel K Show,"…
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On this episode I dive into the nitty gritty of my season. I think one of the most helpful things you can do after Turkey season is evaluate what you did right as well as what you did wrong. It helps you get locked in on what you need to be doing in the off season as well as what you need to practice and what gear needs changed or modified. My hope…
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Fraud has been institutionalized into our election process. Drop boxes are being exploited, voter rolls are intentionally inaccurate, and signatures are not required on absentee ballots. These are just a few of the ways the engineered chaos in our election process allows just enough fraud to change the results. Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of Tru…
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In episode 165 of the Guitar Music Theory podcast, I prepare to play upcoming gigs with the Huey Lewis and The News tribute band, The Heart of Rock and Roll. I walk you through the process I go through when I'm reviewing for a show and discuss the songs I'll be performing. 🎸 What do you SPECIFICALLY need to do to play guitar better? Answer the ques…
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This week, we ate and left no some crumbs to lure and catch GEN-Z copywriters, Carolyn McMurray and Em Goodier. Co-founders of Word Tonic, the world’s first GEN-Z copywriting community, Carolyn and Em are hell-bent on helping and inspiring more young people to write for a living. Driven directly by young copywriters, it's a space to connect, share …
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This week I am joined by Bjorn Wilkerson. Bjorn tagged out on public land in Missouri this year which is no easy feat! He is also a great deer hunter and bow fisherman. He has lots of experience with these public land birds and this episode is full of great advice and stories. Topics include: Why hunt public land, finding overlooked spots, calling …
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Live Mentor Session with MAESTRO Ron Carter Friday, June 14 @ 2pm ET Open to all Open Studio members Start your 14-day free trial at openstudiojazz.com "Can you practice away from the bass? Of course you can! In this episode the Upright Citizens answer 'why' you might want to practice without your instrument, and then offer some great advice on 'ho…
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Some bass players love to double down on a bad idea. And though we once bristled at the notion that there could ever be such a thing as a wrong musical opinion, we’ve since come to accept that there is such a thing. We know because we had one! Scott was colossally wrong about the Fender Precision AND slap bass! In this episode, Scott and Ian reveal…
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In episode 164 of the Guitar Music Theory podcast, I interview Scott Williamson, a top-tier studio drummer in the Nashville area for decades. In addition to his drumming career, Scott is a mixing engineer and music producer. He'll provide insights into life as a studio musician, answer listener questions, and reveal his favorite guitar parts. 🎸 Wha…
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Leighton Grey, attorney and host of the "Grey Matter" podcast, loves his home country of Canada, which is why he is fighting to stop the rapid decline into communism he sees all around him. He represented two of the churches that were being shut down during COVID, seen featured in the film "The Essential Church," because Leighton knows the church i…
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Today I am joined by Lance Krueger. He is a wildlife photographer that has been up close to more giant bucks and beautiful turkeys than most people have ever seen! We have a great conversation discussing the details and planning that go into getting the perfect shot. We talk about the different approaches to turkey hunting and I think no matter if …
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Whether you’re an established bass player looking to add to your library of skills, a total novice picking up the bass for the first time or you're heading back to school and want to take your four-string skills to another level, there are five common mistakes that nearly every bassist will make on their learning journey. In today’s episode Scott w…
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Director Chris Burgard is an award-winning filmmaker and documentarian who is searching for the truth. There is a war on truth in our country regarding elections, the border, and the events that took place on January 6. Chris' latest film, "The War on Truth," shows January 6 not as an insurrection but as truly an orchestration by the deep state. Fi…
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This week we asked “Is Pepsi okay?” to bait and catch Coca-Cola Creative Lead, Adam Ross. Creative Lead for Coca-Cola across the ASEAN & South Pacific region, Adam is responsible for translating and elevating global core creative ideas regionally and locally, wrangling agencies around the world, and driving thought leadership across the business. S…
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How does the song "Jack and Diane" work? Listen to episode 163 of the Guitar Music Theory podcast to hear how this John Mellencamp classic features memorable acoustic guitar riffs that make great use of different chord shapes and chord voicings. 🎸 What do you SPECIFICALLY need to do to play guitar better? Answer the questions about your playing at …
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This week I am joined by Dink Watson. He is a first generation Louisiana turkey hunter who started hunting turkeys over 40 years ago. Since his first bird at 12 Dink has killed turkeys in 31 states, Mexico and New Zealand. We had an incredible conversation full of the great advice and entertaining stories you'd expect from such a veteran turkey hun…
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Live Mentor Session with MAESTRO Ron Carter Friday, June 14 @ 2pm ET Open to all Open Studio members Start your 14-day free trial at openstudiojazz.com "In a rut? Feeling uninspired when you play? Try out these 5 'on the gig' challenges that just might open up some new pathways for your musicianship today!" If you like Bass - you're in the right pl…
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In the episode of "The Bass Lines That Made Me," Jon Button shares enlightening reflections on his early experiences as a bass player. Throughout the episode, Jon delves into the profound impact of iconic musicians such as Miles Davis, Weather Report, Marvin Gaye, and Journey, shedding light on the pivotal bass lines that have significantly influen…
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On this episode I'm joined by Jeremy Koerber of "Fit To Hunt" Jeremey grew up with a passion for the outdoors and fitness, one day while he was watching a hunting show he was struck with the idea of combining his two passions and from that passion "Fit To Hunt" was born. I had a great time talking with Jeremy about the correlations of hunting and f…
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"Knights of Cydonia" by Muse is an epic rock anthem that blends various musical influences to create a unique and powerful listening experience. The song stands out for its grandiose and cinematic feel, drawing inspiration from progressive rock, space rock, and spaghetti westerns. In Episode 162 of the Guitar Music Theory podcast, I break the music…
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Bass guitars are beautiful and they can make anyone look good, but during its 70-year history there have been a few that are gloriously gaudy or just plain ugly (Precision Bass Lyte, anyone?!) In this episode we’ve set out to name and shame some of the ugliest bass guitars of all time! In this episode: Does Ernie Ball make the world’s ugliest bass …
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Dr. Patrick Morley has sold millions of copies of books including his classic "The Man in the Mirror." Even as a successful author, entrepreneur, and businessman, Patrick ignored the pain of his childhood wounds for decades. His latest book "From Broken Boy to Mended Man: A Positive Plan to Heal Your Childhood Wounds and Break the Cycle" tackles th…
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This week, we caught Scott ‘The Boom’ to shake-shake-shake the room. Cutting his teeth at Saatchi and Saatchi, Scott Morrison has run the Nike business at Wieden and Kennedy, and been CMO and Commercial Director at Levi’s, Activision and Diesel. Now he brings the Boom! to brands and leaders to Unblock, Unlock and Unleash commercial, creative or cul…
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On this episode I talk to Scott Ellis, a turkey hunting veteran of several years who has won more calling championships and shot more turkeys than you can shake a stick at! He is a welth of knowledge on not only what to do but also when and why. It's a very well rounded episode with advice for all levels of turkey hunter and I know you'll enjoy it …
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Live Mentor Session with MAESTRO Ron Carter Friday, June 14 @ 2pm ET Open to all Open Studio members Start your 14-day free trial at openstudiojazz.com "We have often heard that we should transcribe and study the Masters - we're talking about Ray Brown, Ron Carter, Paul Chambers, and many more - but the deeper question was brought up by our recent …
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The hate that some bass players have for jazz can transcend space, time, and the laws of nature. We get it. It can feel like your band mates are speaking another language, and you feel kind of left out. But, with practice, learning some jazz can give you musical superpowers. In this episode, we’re here to reveal why you should take the leap! In thi…
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What's the worst mistake Rick & Bubba have ever made on the air? How did they design their logo? What happened to the interns? What's the difference between sending aid to Ukraine and sending aid to Israel? Find out the answers to these questions and more as the guys return with letters from the audience on this episode of "Rick & Bubba University"…
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In episode 161 of the Guitar Music Theory podcast, I answer listener questions about Hot For Teacher, multitracks, bass rigs, Funk #49, mastering songs, major and minor pentatonic, CAGED, hand soreness, Knights of Cydonia, and more. 🎸 What do you SPECIFICALLY need to do to play guitar better? Answer the questions about your playing at https://www.G…
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Today I am joined by two of the creative minds behind the incredible film "The Colonel And The Fox" Nathaniel Maddux was the editor and director of the film, he's also one of the most passionate turkey hunters I've had the privilege of meeting. Arron Link is the man behind the music in the film scoring almost the entire thing himself. Aaron grew up…
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In today’s video, we asked Michael League to dig into his earliest influences and name the bass lines that helped define his career with four-time Grammy Award Winners Snarky Puppy. There were a few things we agreed on: Bootsy Collins belongs on every top 10 list. Your drummer is your best friend. David Hood is a bass guitar genius. Everything else…
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Chris Skates is an author, chemist, and former presidential speechwriter and policy advisor for two previous administrations. He has seen what works and what doesn't work on a global scale. Policies that position the United States as energy dominant, not just energy independent, make the entire world safer and more prosperous. Chris Skates isn't ju…
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This week we sent off a coupon to catch 1960s advertising copywriter, Howard Gossage, through the eyes and work of Steve Harrison and Dave Dye. As a copywriter, Steve tamed more Cannes Lions in his discipline than anyone else in the world. He’s been on the show twice before, once guesting, once hosting, and is a great friend of …Gasp!. Dave is the …
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