WATCH: Vulfpeck has released another video featuring a tune from their album, “Hill Climber.” My favorite comment on this video is “Joe Dart taking that bass for a walk and he ain’t ever comin’ back.” This is also one of the coolest uses of Animoji’s I’ve ever seen.
I’ve been hoping Vulfpeck would release the video for “Disco Ulysses”, and they did just that. The track is one of my favorites on their album, “Hill Climber,” and another great showcase for the grooves and moves by Joe Dart.
We’re stoked for the second album by The Fearless Flyers (and awaiting the vinyl version). Here’s another clip the band has shared for The Fearless Flyers II and Joe Dart. Joe really does let it fly on this one.
The Fearless Flyers, featuring bassist Joe Dart, shared this video of the Vulfpeck-related band joined by Chris Thile for this new single release of “Daddy, He Got a Cessna.”
Last year, Theo Katzman and his band took the stage at BIRD Rotterdam. The always popular Joe Dart was part of the group, and after the crowd chanting his name, he went into one funky intro for the band’s take on The Eagles’ “One Of These Nights.”
The Fearless Flyers are back with some exciting news! Joe Dart and the guys are about to release their second album, “The Fearless Flyers II.” Here’s the first video from the album with the opening track, “Flyers Direct.”
Vulfpeck’s Joe Dart has a new signature bass by Ernie Ball Music Man. The Joe Dart Bass is initially limited to 50 units and will only be on sale during the month of March.
When we shared the first Vulfpeck video in 2011, no one seemed to know the name Joe Dart. Now, this is his 4th year that Joe has made the annual “Reader Favorites” list. Check out what generated all the buzz around Dart in 2018.
For years, Steve Bailey has sent a holiday video for us to share with you. In celebration of the holidays, here’s the latest - featuring Steve, John Patitucci, Joe Dart, Whit Browne, Victor Wooten, and Mike Pope - with a note from Steve.
Vulfpeck was a guest on Chris Thile’s live radio variety show “Live from Here” recently. Among the tunes they played was “Dean Town,” which is one of our favorite showcases of the great Joe Dart. (There was also a lot of head bobbing.)