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.)
Vulfpeck has released another song from their upcoming album, Hill Climber, and it is super chill. “Love is a Beautiful Thing” was written by guitarist/vocalist Theo Katzman, who is joined by guest vocalist Monica Martin on the track. As always, Joe Dart lays down the low end behind the band.
Vulfpeck keeps bringing the funk from their upcoming album, Hill Climber. Here’s the latest, featuring Joe Dart laying it down behind the band, which also includes Antwaun Stanley on vocals.
Vulfpeck shared another song from their upcoming album, Hill Climber. Part of the announcement stated “Joe Dart on upright bass.” So of course, I clicked immediately and had a good laugh.
Vulfpeck is back with a new video from their upcoming album, Hill Climber, and as with past albums, it revisits and old favorite. Enjoy the fourth installment of “It Gets Funkier,” with Joe Dart laying down that killer line and a wicked solo.
To say we’re excited about Vulfpeck’s upcoming album, Hill Climber, would be an understatement. The excitement continues with another video showcasing the music we can expect. Here’s their latest, featuring a tune called “Soft Parade.” Joe Dart and the guys give a new definition for being a tight band in this one. The album is available for pre-order.
Exciting news, Vulfpeck fans. The band has just announced their new album, Hill Climber. In celebration of the news, they’ve just released the video for the track “Lost My Treble Long Ago,” which showcases the always awesome bass playing by Joe Dart. The song even comes with an advisory warning: “The video contains explicit bass.” The album is available for...
Vaughan Gilligan shared this video on our Facebook group, and it is worthy of paying it forward. “Joe Dart came to my town the other day for a masterclass. He signed my bass and let me take a few pics with him! I got a vid of him playing ‘Dean Town’ for those interested,” Vaughan shared. Dart was joined on...