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Corey Brown

Corey Brown

Founder/CEO

Corey fell in love with the bass at a young age, thanks to his parents cranking the bass knob to 11 on their stereo. He started playing double bass at the age of 10 and picked up the bass guitar at age 14. Later, he built his first website (in 1995). For years, he wanted to blend his passion for bass and the web into a single project and launched No Treble in 2009. Corey is also the Director of Web Services at Knucklepuck.

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Prince: Whole Lotta Love
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Prince: Whole Lotta Love

A few days ago, Jambase shared this video of Prince performing at The Aladdin in Las Vegas. In this clip, Prince and his band - which includes Rhonda Smith on bass (and backing vocals) - perform the Led Zeppelin hit “Whole Lotta Love.”

Federico Malaman: Resposta
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Federico Malaman: Resposta

Federico Malaman always knocks us out with his videos. In this clip, he doubles up to perform a stunning cover of the Ney Conceição tune “Resposta.”

Leland Sklar: “Against All Odds” Playthrough
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Leland Sklar: “Against All Odds” Playthrough

Leland Sklar is making the most of this time of social distancing and giving back to the bass playing community. In this video, the bass legend shows us the bass line on the Phil Collins tune, “Against All Odds.”

The Main Squeeze: Little Bit
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The Main Squeeze: Little Bit

We can always count on The Main Squeeze to deliver. In this video for “Little Bit,” the band (which once again includes Rob Walker on bass) combines some great videography and music.

Zander Zon and Tommy Lee Depp: Faded
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Zander Zon and Tommy Lee Depp: Faded

Zander Zon just shared another video he did with Tommy Lee Depp. In this clip, the duo takes Alan Walker’s “Faded” and turned it into an incredible duo bass arrangement.

YYNOT: Fly By Night
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YYNOT: Fly By Night

In today’s video, YYNOT is kicking it old school. They began as a virtual band years ago, and they’re revisiting their roots with this epic (virtual) cover of Rush’s “Fly By Night.”

Kenny Rogers with The First Edition: Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
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Kenny Rogers with The First Edition: Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)

We’ve lost another legend with the passing of Kenny Rogers yesterday. Many people don’t know he was a bass player, but he did hold down the low end for The First Edition from 1967–1976. Here’s a great clip of the band performing live in the early ’70s.

Tedeschi Trucks Band and Special Guests: Sly Medley
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Tedeschi Trucks Band and Special Guests: Sly Medley

WATCH: Last summer, TTB performed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre along with Blackberry Smoke and Shovels & Rope. In this clip, the group brings together members of all three bands for this performance of Sly and the Family Stone’s “Sing A Simple Song” and “I Want To Take You Higher.”

Leonid & Friends: Happy Man
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Leonid & Friends: Happy Man

We can always count on Leonid Vorobyev and his band Leonid & Friends to share some incredible covers, mostly from their favorite band, Chicago. In this clip, the band performs the Chicago tune, “Happy Man.”

Pomplamoose: Lovely Day + Good as Hell Mashup
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Pomplamoose: Lovely Day + Good as Hell Mashup

I can’t open Youtube these days without spotting a video with Joe Ayoub. And, man, do I dig his playing. In this video, Pomplamoose takes Bill Withers’ “Lovely Day” and Lizzo’s “Good as Hell” and mashes them up into one fantastic arrangement.

The Jazz Ministry: Drum Channel Live Performance
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The Jazz Ministry: Drum Channel Live Performance

Drum Channel recently shared this incredible video of The Jazz Ministry. The band, which features Abraham Laboriel Jr., Abraham Laboriel Sr., Michael Landau, and Greg Mathieson put on a master class in this performance of “QT?.”

The Crusaders: Street Life (Live at Montreux 2003)
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The Crusaders: Street Life (Live at Montreux 2003)

I’ve always loved the music of The Crusaders, so I was excited to find this clip from their 2003 performance of “Street Life” at Montreux. “Ready” Freddie Washington lays down the groove on the tune.