Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (October 2023)
Each month, we tally up the most popular bass videos on No Treble to form an excellent playlist.
Here are the top 10 reader favorites for the month of October 2023.
Which one is your favorite?
Tal Wilkenfeld recently joined Scary Pockets for a fantastic cover of Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi.” Now, a new fan-shot video has surfaced of her performing live with Scary Goldings at Monterey Jazz Fest 2023.
Erik Arkö got together with Billy Sheehan before The Winery Dogs performed in Stockholm last week. In this video, Billy breaks down his latest gear and setup.
Julia Hofer is back with another “Top 5 Bass Lines” video, and this time around, she’s setting her sights on some legendary lines behind the Godfather of Soul, Mr. James Brown.
Nathan East and his son Noah took the stage together at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2023. Here they are performing “Change The World.”
Recorded live during the taping of “Norah Jones Is Playing Along Podcast,” here’s a jam by some stellar musicians. Christian McBride and Questlove join Jones for this performance of “Why Am I Treated So Bad.”
Aaron Emerson, the son of the great Keith Emerson, was joined by a host of rock musicians to pay tribute to the late keyboardist. In this clip, the group performs “Lucky Man,” written by Greg Lake and originally performed by Emerson Lake and Palmer.
It’s always a good day when we spot a new video from Remco Hendriks. Dig his playing on a jam he calls “Adventurous Funky Bass Grooves.”
Julia Przybysz (better known as Juliaplaysgroove) performed her Bachelor of Arts Recital at Academy of Music in June. She just shared a video of the performance, which includes a nice mix of tunes.
New World Men is a band with one mission: “We concentrate on the sound solely, paying homage to Canada’s greatest band: RUSH.” Here they are performing “YYZ” live.
It’s always a good day when a new Lake Street Dive video drops. Madison Cunningham joined the band for this re-imagined version of “Neighbor Song.” Bridget Kearney puts down the perfect bass line behind this chill tune.