Rebecca Johnson dropped an excellent video of her band performing on November 15th. In this clip, they take on the Macy Gray tune, “Why Didn’t You Call Me.”
Daryl Hall dropped a new video this week from his “Live From Daryl’s House” series, and this is a great one. Robert Fripp visited and the group performed David Bowie’s “Heroes,” which included Fripp in the original recording.
My friend Tim Starace is at it again. He just sent me his latest playthrough video, and this one showcases his bass and keyboard skills on Rush’s “The Analog Kid” from “Signals.”
I don’t know how I missed this video back in February, but it is killer. Paul Gilbert was promoting his “The Dio Album,” and he did so by shredding on the double bass.
Meet Steve Leggett, a bassist from Manchester who is a very busy guy, as you’ll see in this new Reader Spotlight interview.
No Treble contributor Ryan Madora shared this video with us, and we’re digging this on multiple levels. Here’s Ryan backing Jenny Lewis on “Joy'all.”
Charles Berthoud shared a great video on his BassCamp channel, where he dives into topics to design a practice routine for bassists. In this video, he breaks things down with seven tips.
Time for the weekly “best of bass” roundup. Here’s your list of what was trending this week on No Treble, with another bonus top 10 list inside.
Ellen Alaverdyan has been busy lately, and she’s just posted another groovy video. In this clip, she plays along to “Disco Daddy” by Yousician.
I love Sugarshack Sessions videos, and this one really stood out. In episode 871 of the series, Big Mountain performed Eagles’s “Hotel California.” I love their arrangement, as well as the bass work by Mikey Ortiz.
Martin Miller and his band are back with a new video, this time covering another classic tune. The band was joined by guitarist Mateus Asato on Tears for Fears’ “Head Over Heels.”
Chris Agar sent us the new Made On Tape video, and it is excellent. Tim Lefebvre plays both the main and lead basses on “Brain Surgery.”