Welcome to the website of bassist, writer and producer Dave Pomeroy and Earwave Music! This is the place to explore the wide variety of cool and unusual music available from Dave and his friends on the Earwave Records label and securely preview and purchase CDs and DVDs at our www.earwavemusic.com store. You can also find out more about Dave's various musical adventures, discography, articles and interviews, his Nashville Unlimited Christmas homeless charity project, and his work on behalf of musicians as President of the Nashville Musicians Association, AFM Local 257 and an International officer of the American Federation of Musicians

A longtime resident of Nashville, Tennessee, aka "Music City," Dave has played on hundreds of albums with artists such as Elton John, Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Peter Frampton, Don Williams, Chet Atkins, and The Chieftains, and has performed live with Steve Winwood, Mose Allison, John Fogerty, and Willie Nelson and many more. Over the years, he has played the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Merle Fest, Carnegie Hall, the Ryman Auditorium, and Royal Albert Hall, and was voted Nashville’s “Studio Musician of the Year” in 1991, and “Bassist of The Year” in 1997. In 2008, Dave was elected President of the Nashville Musicians Association, AFM Local 257 and was elected to the AFM's International Executive Board in 2010. He has been re-elected to both offices and continues to balance his work as a representative for musicians with his first love, playing the bass.

Here at the Earwave Music Store, our motto is "real music for real people" and we hope you'll agree. In addition to Dave's two solo CDs, "Basses Loaded"and "Tomorrow Never Knows," the albums and videos we have for sale are unique projects by artists such as Three Ring Circle, The Jamie Hartford Band, Paco Shipp, Supercool, Lorianna Matera and more, that cover a wide range of sounds and styles. You can listen to audio samples and securely purchase CDs and videos from Earwave Records online right here at www.earwavemusic.com.

Earwave's latest release is the legendary All-Bass Orchestra concert video "The Day The Bass Players Took Over The World", now on DVD for the first time. This is an earthshaking and historic concert video filmed at the legendary "Basses Loaded" concert series. In addition to performances by Dave Pomeroy and the All-Bass Orchestra, highlights include an incredible 20 minute version of "Footprints" by Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, Oteil Burbridge and Bill Dickens, which was viewed over 300,000 times on You Tube in years past. This high quality digitally remastered version takes these epic bass performances to new highs - and lows! Originally available on VHS only, this Special Edition DVD has the complete 1996 concert, a mini documentary, "Building the Bass Orchestra," and five unreleased performances, including guests Bob Babbitt and Duane Eddy. This is a one of a kind release and is a must for bass players and music lovers of all types.

The acclaimed documentary film, "Sleepy LaBeef Rides Again," which was selected for the 2013 Nashville Film Festival and the 2014 Little Rock Film Festival, tells the compelling story of one of Arkansas' favorite sons, and the living embodiment of Americana Music. The DVD and soundtrack CD are available right here at the Earwave store. The film captures his heart and soul in a dynamic live performance backed by a quartet of Nashville's finest players, Kenny Vaughan on guitar, Rick Lonow on drums, Gene Dunlap on keys, and Dave Pomeroy on bass. Dave produced the film, which was directed by Seth Pomeroy, and which includes 4 documentary inserts illuminating the incredible story of the greatest artist you ALMOST never heard of. Acclaimed roots music journalist Peter Guralnick makes an appearance in the film, calling Sleepy "one of the greatest live performers of this or any era." The soundtrack is also available here at www.earwavemusic.com.

Both Three Ring Circle CDs are available here as well. This high powered acoustic instrumental trio features Dave collaborating with world-renowned acoustic music masters Rob Ickes on Dobro and Andy Leftwich on mandolin and fiddle. From futuristic hoedowns to down home funk, and hot jazz, these boys pick it like you've never heard before! No Depression magazine said "...Melding sweet lyricism, audacious virtuosity and greasy funk in extended takes on both originals and well-chosen covers, Three Ring Circle's debut is both bold and engrossing in a way that's likely to take listeners by surprise."

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