Juna Serita has been busy lately! We keep seeing videos pop up featuring the bassist, including this performance of “Blame It On The Boogie.”
It’s always nice to see another video from Aaron Gibson, and this is another he deems a “first draft.” This is “Peek at the Last Page,” which already sounds awesome to us.
I love going back to the Pat Metheny Group Tribute Band First Circle and their videos. Here’s one I recently enjoyed, with the band performing “Phase Dance” from PMG’s debut album, “Pat Metheny Group.”
Our good friend Lorenzo Feliciati sent us this video, which is the first single from his upcoming album, Second Rumble. “Morning Wow” showcases Lorenzo’s remarkable bass playing and composition skills.
Meet Chris Hardy, a long-time bassist who went from performing in bands to becoming a solo artist. Chris is this week’s No Treble reader in the spotlight. Here’s his story...
Leland Sklar closed out 2023 with another one of his terrific videos, sharing stories, music, and some hilarious comments along the way. In this clip, he plays along to James Taylor’s “There We Are.”
We’ve reached the top of the list, and this year’s reader-favorite bassist is Tal Wilkenfeld. Tal was busy this year, touring with the Allman Betts Family Revival and Incubus and recording some great music with Scary Goldings and Scary Pockets.
Watching Charles Berthoud play is a jaw-dropping experience. So, seeing him on the top 10 list for 2023 is no surprise. He lands at #2 on the 2023 reader favorite bassist list.
Geezer Butler wasn’t featured a ton on No Treble in 2023, but the news was huge. As a result, he lands at #3 on this year's reader favorite bassists list.
Ellen Alaverdyan is a truly inspiring bassist. The young musician turned 11 in 2023, and continued recording her videos showcasing her skills and growth. Ellen once again makes the annual reader favorite bassists list for 2023.
Geddy Lee was super busy in 2023, and the news was exciting. He published his memoir, released his docuseries, and unearthed some demos from his 2000 solo debut, “My Favorite Headache.” That was enough, but there were other things to enjoy from Geddy in 2023.
One of the busiest bassists on the scene, Leland Sklar, kept it going in 2023. He lands at #6 on this year’s reader favorite bassists list.