Marcus Miller is definitely on the Mount Rushmore of bass players, and his arrangements are always something fresh. That is on full display in this clip. Playing the classic Miles Davis tune “Tutu,” Marcus put on yet another masterclass!
Sire has expanded its bass offerings with the Marcus Miller V5 24. Available in four and five-string models, the bass is a 24-fret vintage style bass with passive electronics.
Here’s a classic video from the early days of Youtube featuring monster bassists Marcus Miller and Tal Wilkenfeld. This one goes all the way back to NAMM 2007!
South African singer and guitarist Jonathan Butler has returned with his first studio album in eight years with “Ubuntu.” The album was recorded in 2019 with the legendary Marcus Miller.
Marcus Miller took the stage at Yoshi’s with drummer Billy Kilson. Playing the tune “Untamed,’ Marcus switches to fretless – then back to fretted – and gives us an incredibly dynamic performance.
Zycopolis TV shared this video this morning, and it is a great blast from the past. Filmed at Paradiso 2008, here’s the trio of Stanley Clark, Marcus Miller, and Victor Wooten (known as S.M.V.) performing “Thunder.”
Scott Devine kicks off the year with the man, the myth, the legend, Mr. Marcus Miller. Scott and Marcus have a great in-depth conversation and nerd out on some of Marcus’ best work.
No surprise, Marcus Miller is another bassist who regularly lands on the annual Reader Favorite Bassists lists here. Miller’s videos this year were a huge hit. Here are the videos that landed him on this year’s list.
“Run For Cover” is one of those tunes where I reach for the volume knob and crank it to 11, especially during Marcus Miller’s bass solos. Here’s Marcus doing his thing live in Budapest in October.
I love when Zycopolis TV drops videos from their archives. From the 2001 Jazz à Vienne show, here’s Marcus Miller and his band performing the Talking Heads tune, “Burning Down the House.”
In 2019, Quincy Jones was honored in Paris, with nearly 100 musicians paying tribute. In this clip, Marcus Miller and Richard Bona team up with Dirty Loops’ Jonah Nilsson on vocals to perform “Billie Jean.”
Marcus Miller never ceases to amaze us. In this clip from “Jazz in Marciac,” Marcus digs deep into his catalog of tunes and pulls out the classic, “3 Deuces,” from his “M2” album.