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Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (August 2017)

August was a big month for bass videos. And it is time for us to celebrate 10 most popular ones for the month.

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Tye and Robert Trujillo: Korn And The Prodigy Son

1. Tye and Robert Trujillo: Korn And The Prodigy Son

The metal world was shocked in April when it was announced that Korn bassist Fieldy would not be taking part in the band’s South American tour. Instead, 12-year old Tye Trujillo would be anchoring the group. Fans were split over the move, but now any fears can be set aside by watching a new mini-documentary…

Vulfpeck: Live at Red Rocks

2. Vulfpeck: Live at Red Rocks

This is a longer video than we normally share, but hey, it was shared on a Saturday… and it’s Vulfpeck and Joe Dart. Vulfpeck joined Trey Anastasio Band at Red Rocks back in May. Thankfully, they filmed it…

Chris DeAngelis: Bass Arrangement of Stevie Wonder’s “Living For The City”

3. Chris DeAngelis: Bass Arrangement of Stevie Wonder’s “Living For The City”

Stevie Wonder’s songs have a magic that carries across the musical spectrum. Chris DeAngelis proves this once again with a killer bass and percussion version of “Living For The City.” Originally released on Wonder’s Innervisions, the song has a killer bounce that the bassist captures on his four-string before taking a nasty solo over top…

Karl Clews: Wichita Lineman

4. Karl Clews: Wichita Lineman

Karl Clews wanted to pay tribute to Glen Campbell, who passed away on August 8th. He sent us this video of his solo bass arrangement of the 1968 country classic, “Wichita Lineman,” as performed by Campbell. Beautiful song…

Damian Coccio: Alone On A Rock

5. Damian Coccio: Alone On A Rock

I’m a sucker for the fretless bass, so when I saw this video of Damian Coccio performing his solo bass composition, “Alone On A Rock,” I knew I had to share it. Damian plays a 1998 Pedulla Pentabuzz masterfully in this piece…

Shaun Munday: Use Me

6. Shaun Munday: Use Me

Shaun Munday celebrated Bill Withers’ birthday in July with this epic solo bass and vocals cover of Withers’ tune, “Use Me.” Shaun nails not only the bass arrangement but also the vocals…

Ben Harper: Steal My Kisses (Live on Austin City Limits)

7. Ben Harper: Steal My Kisses (Live on Austin City Limits)

Ben Harper’s “Steal My Kisses” is one of those great tunes, thanks in large part to bassist Juan Nelson. Here’s Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals performing the song on Austin City Limits. Dig Juan’s solo around the 3:13 mark…

Chris Chaney and Tim Lefebvre: Out On The Tiles

8. Chris Chaney and Tim Lefebvre: Out On The Tiles

As we like to say, the only thing better than one bass is two. Now make it two of the best bass players in the world and we’re sold. Here’s a clip of Chris Chaney and Tim Lefebvre testing out the new Supro Huntington bass with a little jam on a Led Zeppelin classic…

Motörhead: Heroes

9. Motörhead: Heroes

Lemmy Kilmister may be gone, but he’ll not be forgotten. Motörhead is gearing up to release a cover album called Under Cöver this month, and they released this incredible video for their version of David Bowie’s “Heroes”…

Johan Hansén-Larson: Solar

10. Johan Hansén-Larson: Solar

It’s been a while since we’ve posted a new Johan Hansén-Larson video, so I was pumped to see him post a new bass version of the jazz standard “Solar.” The bassist, who now rocks an incredible beard, puts his own spin on the song with an incredible fluidity and musicality…

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