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YYNOT has released another video from their show at the Sherman Theater in February with new vocalist Patty Pershayla. Tim Starace’s bass work comes through loud and clear on “The Body Electric”.
This is a difficult story to write. One of my great friends, Steve Lawson, shared some tough news recently, regarding his health. Here’s how you can help.
107 years ago today, the great Willie Dixon was born. Here’s a fantastic clip from 1963 with the legend performing “Sittin’ And Cryin’ The Blues”.
June was a big month for bass gear news, thanks to the rescheduled NAMM Show. Here are the top 10 most-read gear stories we published over the month.
The REO Brothers just dropped another incredible video featuring a combo of tunes by The Beatles. Ralph Otic and the brothers start off with “Come Together” before transitioning to “Don’t Let Me Down”.
Ever since the Tedeschi Trucks Band dropped Episode I of their “I Am The Moon” project, I’ve been looking forward to the next installment. Episode II debuted last night, with Brandon Boone holding down the low end on seven tunes.
Thomann’s Guitars & Basses recently shared a new “Best of Bass Lines” video by Julia Hofer. In this episode, Julia focuses on Freddie Washington’s excellent bass line on Patrice Rushen’s “Forget Me Nots”, including a transcription.
Scary Pockets took Peter Gabriel’s “Sledgehammer” and made it their own. The funky cover was made with the help of guest vocalist Ben Barnes, along with Nick Campbell on bass, Abe Laboriel Jr. on drums and background vocals.
Bassist Mohini Dey and drummer Marco Minnemann visited Sweetwater’s and put on a show. The duo plays a fun game involving konnakol.
Our top 10 roundup this week includes some more gear news from NAMM, a terrific interview from the bassists of the Mingus Dynasty, Ryan Madora’s latest “Keep It Groovy” lesson, a story about Lemmy being memorialized, and more.
We’ve been watching Áron Hodek for a few years, and it has been an exciting journey. The 11-year-old bassist just shared a video of him sitting in with Ghost-Note. It is a great clip to learn more about him and see him lay it down with the group.
No Treble reader Vladimir Samardžic sent us this stunningly beautiful video he recorded with vocalist Amira Medunjanin. Vladimir said this is an “old ballad tune ‘Svirajte mi tiho, tiše’,” which means “Play for me, quietly, more quietly.” Vladimir’s work to support the duo is quite impressive, as is his solo.