Bassist Adam Stevens makes it so easy to want to feature him. Aside from his excellent playing, he produces a lot of videos too. Here’s Adam playing the classic Herbie Hancock tune “Chameleon” from the Head Hunters album. Adam puts it all together the way we like it: using multiple bass tracks and loops.
We first featured bassist Adam Stevens last month, with his incredible solo bass arrangement of the Chili Peppers tune, “Under the Bridge“. Adam has just shared his latest bass arrangement, this time tackling John Mayer’s “Slow Dancing In A Burning Room”. Adam covers it all, including the vocal line, and ends with a tasty solo.
Meet Adam Stevens, a bass player living in Toronto who has been raised right – as a bassist with parents who helped develop and broaden his love for music. Adam is our player in the spotlight for the week of August 21, 2012. Bio: I grew up in a small town north of Toronto, surrounded by music my whole life....
Bassist Adam Stevens sent us this great solo bass version of the popular Red Hot Chili Peppers tune “Under the Bridge.” Utilizing some fingerpicking style and strumming, the Toronto-based low-ender captures the song’s mood to a tee. It probably also helps that he’s literally under a bridge.