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MonoNeon has been a part of many great videos in our archives, but this one is extra special. “Jamming with my grandma today. I grew up listening to her sing this song in church. ‘Oh, When I Come to the End of My Journey’”, he shared.
No Treble reader Eduardo Kusdra sent us this video he did a few years ago, and we were glad he did. Eduardo took The Beatles’ “Martha My Dear” and turned it into an incredible all-bass arrangement. I love the fretless work on this.
Pete O’Neill sent us a new video, and it has quite a story behind it. Check out his solo bass performance (and transcription) for Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect”.
For the first month of the new year, the bass videos we shared were quite popular. Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorites for the month of January 2021.
Following the popular video Gilad Ephrat sent us for “Mercy Street”, here’s another he just sent us. Here’s his beautiful solo double bass performance of “My Beloved Country”.
It’s always a blast watching videos by The Main Squeeze. The band always nails it on their covers, and they look like they’re having a lot of fun recording them. Here’s their latest, with their cool take on “Hotel California”.
Tedeschi Trucks Band streamed a concert last night for The Fireside Sessions, and this one was a bit different. The band “re-interpreting a setlist of favorites as a quartet,” which includes Brandon Boone on bass.
Cory Wong’s “Cory and The Wongnotes” series of variety videos on Youtube have been fun to watch. Here’s a great one with Cory throwing down on bass on the tune, “Coming Back Around.” The band is joined by guest Cody Fry on this one.
We’re stoked for the new Lake Street Dive album dropping next month. The band is prepping for the release of “Obviously” with some videos. “Hypotheticals” is a fun, upbeat tune, driven by the great Bridget Kearney.
I became a huge fan of Michael Hedges and Michael Manring during my high school years – individually and collectively. Manring recently shared this video on Facebook of their performance of the Hedges’ tune, “I’m Coming Home”.
It’s been a while since we’ve shared a video by Scary Pockets, but this one is too cool to pass up. In this clip, the band (with Anna Butterss on bass) mashes up Jamiroquai’s “Virtual Insanity” with some John Mayer-inspired sounds.
Nenad Vasilic sent us his latest video of a solo bass piece called “Roberto’s Blues”. Nenad performs the tune on his RF Travel Bass Lite, which sounds fantastic.