The Martin Miller Session Band is back with another cover. This time around, the group performs their take on Prince’s “Purple Rain.” Benni Jud pulls double duty on this one, handling the bass and lead vocals.
We’ve featured a handful of videos by guitarist Martin Miller, but none quite like this. In this clip, Martin is joined by Paul Gilbert in this live studio performance of Rush’s “YYZ.” Benni Jud drives some gnarly tone behind the band.
We’ve enjoyed the various covers Martin Miller has done. In this clip, he takes on the music of The Police, with seven tunes. Once again, Benni Jud is handling the bass duties, as well as the backing vocals.
Earlier this year, guitarists Martin Miller and Andy Timmons released this incredible cover of Mike Stern’s “Chromazone.” Once again, Benni Jud handles the low end with the band, who absolutely nails this tune.
We’ve featured music by guitarist Martin Miller and bassist Benni Jud before. This clip just hit our radar, and it knocked us out. The band recorded a medley of four Pink Floyd tunes - and even more impressive, they recorded the session in one take.
When I was at the Marleaux booth at the NAMM Show yesterday, Ariane Cap told me about a cool video Marleaux artists put together. Each musician got a drum track and was asked to play 8 bars each. The result is pretty incredible.
I’ve always dug Janek Gwizdala’s compositions. Guitarists Martin Miller and Tom Quayle dig them too. So they decided to take on Janek’s tune, “Mana.” Along with bassist Benni Jud and drummer Felix Lehrmann, these guys nailed it.