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If it wasn’t for Fleetwood Mac, No Treble may have never existed. We can thank John McVie’s tasty bass lines for inspiring me as a kid. Here’s a fantastic video from 1976, with the band performing “Over My Head”.
Juliaplaysgroove’s cover videos are always so fun to watch. She always adds something to each one, and in this clip, she shows her versatility once again.
Blackberry Smoke joined with members of Allman Betts band from their 2021 “Spirit Of The South” Tour and performed ZZ Top’s “Jesus Left Chicago” as a tribute to Dusty Hill, who passed away in July.
I love Charles Berthoud’s “Hardest Song In The World” series. In this one, he decided to turn AC/DC’s “Back in Black” into the hardest song ever. The solo is pretty epic.
Ever since Tech 21’s Dale Krevens sent us the video of 9-year-old bassist Ellen Alaverdyan playing along to “Tom Sawyer“, I’ve been seeing her show up in a lot of places. Here’s one that flat out grooves.
Tony Levin shared this video on Facebook saying, “Here’s something different: a version of ‘Elephant Talk’ quite unlike the others.” Here’s The Levin Brothers performing their own take on the King Crimson classic live.
Scary Pockets just shared their latest video, which features guests J.E. Sunde and Theo Katzman. Backed by bassist Joe Ayoub, here’s their fantastic performance of “Sunset Strip”.
August was a huge month for videos on No Treble, with over 150,000 views. Here are the best of the best - the top 10 reader favorite videos for the month.
Time for our weekly roundup of the top stories from the world of bass. Here are the top 10 reader favorites for the week of September 4-10, 2021.
Miki Santamaria’s Michael Jackson tribute project has been going since 2017. He just shared this live clip from a show in Spain. Here’s the band performing “I Want You Back” and “The Love You Save”, with the camera focused on Miki.
Brittany Frompovich asked Aaron Gibson if he’d do a song for a virtual open mic for her students. His performance was magical.
Here’s a great clip from the Crossroads Festival in 2010, which kicks off with Jeff Beck performing with Rhonda Smith on bass. The video closes out Buddy Guy performing “Five Long Years” with Jonny Lang, Ronnie Wood, and Orlando Wright.