Juliaplaysgroove is starting the new year off with a fresh, new video! In this clip, she takes on my favorite Thundercat tune, “Them Changes.” That Musicman Sterling sounds great, and all the basses are covered.
John Patitucci has always been one of my favorites. The stuff he does on 6 string bass is just incredible! Here he is performing two of my favorite tunes from his debut album.
Happy Turkey Day!! Eric Lawson is back with another funky video! This year, we ALL have things to be thankful for. Taking on the “U Name It” challenge a while back, he put his own twist on it.
Robin Bramlett posted a great video of her performance at Bass Day 2021 in Bakersfield, California. Robin performs her upcoming single, “Inside My Love” using her Carvin/Kiesel Vanquish 6-String and an EHX Iron Lung.
Today, we have a cool vid featuring master bassist Marcus Miller. It’s a treat to see the OG band! They start off with “Panther”, then Marcus puts down the Fender Jazz and picks up a 5-string Sadowsky for another breathtaking performance.
One of my favorite bass players, Frank Brunot, has released a new single entitled, “Friday Night.” I really love the catchy melody line. There is also a really nice breakdown with a Wurli solo.
Alex Al is THAT DUDE. With a list of credits a mile long, every time we see Alex’s name on records we know we are in for a treat. Here he is performing solo at the EBS Booth at a past NAMM Show.
Nate Phillips is definitely in the Funk Bass Hall Of Fame. Being one of the founding members of the funk group Pleasure, he is one of the funkiest bass players on record. Here he is with bassist Andre Berry, and Wayne Jones jamming at NAMM.
Today we are coming at you with a fresh upload from DMV legend, David Dyson! Here he is at rehearsal for the Berks Jazz Fest with Jonathan Butler and Gerald Albright. David is so locked in!
Mitch Gallagher at Sweetwater is back again with more bass goodness. I’m loving all of the fresh content they have been dropping. In this clip, Mitch sits down with Victor Wooten for a nice chat about developing your musicianship.
Cameo was one of the funkiest bands of the day. In 1980, “Cameosis” set the world on fire. Here’s a great clip of the band performing on Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert in 1980, with Aaron Mills killing it on bass.
We are back with the rock classic - and an isolated bass and drums track. Roger Taylor locks in the rhythm tracks and John Deacon lays it down with the Musicman Bass on “Another One Bites The Dust” by Queen.