On May 13, 2008, Gass was a phone in guest on the Adam Carolla Show. Gass stars in a web show, Guitarings, with John Konesky.

Sitcom about the antics between two twins, Kate and Allison (played by real life twins Liz and Jean Segal). is a dreamer who can't keep in the real world longer than a few minutes.

In October 2008, Gass appeared as the character Decatur Doublewide in the film Lower Learning.

I never saw this show when it was on the air (I was four years old at the time), but a coworker has this on DVD (I think it's an "unofficial" copy).

Let me just say right now that this series ranks amongst the very best of all the great 80's sitcoms.

It should be pointed out that Juilliard did not have a guitar program in 1973, but began its graduate level guitar program in 1989 under Sharon Isbin, and its undergraduate program in 2007. I—you know, I made that up as a joke," he continued, "and I thought it would be hilarious, and then I've been hearing about it ever since.

Earlier, in an article in the Sunday Times on October 29, 2006, Black stated that Gass was the youngest graduate of Juilliard. Apologies to Juilliard." Gass is featured as a minor character in the 2009 video game Brütal Legend (of which Jack Black plays the lead role), in which he portrays Kage the Kannonier, a self-pitying giant in charge of a mortar cannon.

The band are releasing their second album, "Thundering Herd" in September 2016.

The KGB played their first gig at the 2011 NAMM Show opening for Mike Campbell in early January.

He starred in the movie Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny, alongside Jack Black.

Gass had a cameo role as a singing karaoke cowboy in the 2007 movie Wild Hogs.

The drumming position in the band was originally filled by Trainwreck's Nate Rothacker, it was then given to Jamie Douglass in 2013 and then given to Tim Spier in mid-2014.