Bob Glaub

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Bob Glaub
InstrumentsBass guitar
Associated actsJourney
 
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Bob Glaub
InstrumentsBass guitar
Associated actsJourney

Bob Glaub (born c. 1952)[1] is an American bass player and session musician. He has played with such artists and bands as Journey, Eric Burdon, Linda Ronstadt, Stevie Nicks, Jackson Browne, Warren Zevon, Donna Summer, John Lennon,[1] Rod Stewart, Don Henley, Crosby, Stills & Nash[2] Bee Gees, Eric Carmen, Leo Sayer, Bonnie Raitt, Percy Sledge, Chubby Tavares (solo debut July 2012), and many others.[3][4][5]

The Lakland Bob Glaub Signature Model bass guitar is named for him. It was based on his vintage 1964 Fender Precision Bass.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hageman, William (April 29, 2005)."The aces of bass: Five giants of an overshadowed instrument", Knight Ridder Tribune News Service.
  2. ^ (2009). "Bob Glaub", Bass Player supplement: Session Legends & Studio Gear, p. 11.
  3. ^ Journey Raised on Radio liner notes
  4. ^ Journey Time (Cubed) liner notes pp. 14-15
  5. ^ Bob Glaub at The Journey Zone
  6. ^ Malandrone, Scott (July 2000). "Lakland Bob Glaub Signature Model", Bass Player 11 (7): 74.

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Preceded by
Ross Valory
Journey bass-guitarist
1986
Succeeded by
Randy Jackson