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  • Zander Zon & Tommy Lee Depp: Sing Me To Sleep

    Zander Zon & Tommy Lee Depp: Sing Me To Sleep

    Zander Zon has released a collaboration video with Tommy Lee Depp, and it offers up a terrific arrangement of Alan Walker’s tune, “Sing Me To Sleep.” “It was great to do these arrangements with Tommy,” Zander shared. “He’s become a leading solo bass player on YouTube due to his beautiful arrangements and videography, and he’s... »

  • Karl Clews: Wichita Lineman

    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. »

  • Vulfpeck: Live at Red Rocks

    Vulfpeck: Live at Red Rocks

    This is a longer video than we normally share, but hey, it’s Saturday… and it’s Vulfpeck and Joe Dart. Vulfpeck joined Trey Anastasio Band at Red Rocks back in May. Thankfully, they filmed it. Here’s the set list: Fugue State Cory Wong El Chepe Outro Rango with Trey Anastasio 1612 Aunt Leslie Funky Duck Wait... »

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  • Jeff Hughell & Dmitry Lisenko: Evolution Theory

    Jeff Hughell & Dmitry Lisenko: Evolution Theory

    Dmitry Lisenko sent us this video featuring a new project he’s a part of, and it has us quite excited. “[The] ‘Bassists Alliance Project’ is a studio album project funded and lead by Alberto Rigoni and Jeff Hughell,” he shared. “[It features] 10 tracks spanning from prog metal to funky and experimental and features all... »

  • Metropole Orkest with Cory Henry & Jacob Collier: I Thought It Was You

    Metropole Orkest with Cory Henry & Jacob Collier: I Thought It Was You

    The Metropole Orkest was joined by Cory Henry and Jacob Collier for a 2017 show. This clip showcases the combined group performing the Herbie Hancock tune, “I Thought It Was You,” which was arranged by Henry and Rob Taggart. Aram Kersbergen is the bass guitarist on the session, and he lays down one tasty groove. »

  • Valeriy Stepanov, Arkadiy Kornev & Federico Malaman: МИЛАХИ-ЛАСТОЧКИ

    Valeriy Stepanov, Arkadiy Kornev & Federico Malaman: МИЛАХИ-ЛАСТОЧКИ

    A year ago, keyboardist Valeriy Stepanov, drummer Arkadiy Kornev, and bassist Federico Malaman got together to record some music. This video blew us away. Federico is showing his incredible chops (and musicianship) on this tune, which also offers up a sweet solo by him. »

  • Evan Marien: Iceland

    Evan Marien: Iceland

    We’re huge fans of Evan Marien and have been for some time. Check out his latest single, entitled “Iceland,” and you’ll see why. The band includes Julian Pollack on synths, Isamu McGregor on piano, Devin Collins on drums, and of course, Evan on bass. I really dig the use of the Hot Hand. The track... »

  • Berklee Indian Ensemble: 5 Peace Band

    Berklee Indian Ensemble: 5 Peace Band

    I’ve watched this video more times than I can count (and I’m still watching). The Berklee Indian Ensemble, with Guy Bernfeld on bass, performed “5 Peace Band,” and they absolutely nailed it. “The Berklee Indian Ensemble is delighted to present ‘5 Peace Band’ featuring renowned Indian composer and vocalist, Shankar Mahadevan,” the video description reads.... »

  • Tedeschi Trucks Band with The Wood Brothers: Sweet Virginia

    Tedeschi Trucks Band with The Wood Brothers: Sweet Virginia

    Kevin and I caught the Wheels of Soul Tour stop at Wolf Trap in Virginia last month, which featured Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Wood Brothers, and Hot Tuna. Needless to say, it was a night of incredible music and bass playing, thanks to Tim Lefebvre, Chris Wood, and Jack Casady. One of the highlights of... »

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

    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. »