Recorded in 2008 in Los Angeles, here’s Herbie Hancock, Bob Sheppard, Marcus Miller, Lionel Loueke, and Vinnie Colaiuta performing “Cantaloupe Island” and “River”. Joni Mitchell took the stage for the second song, and Marcus switched to double bass.
Victor Wooten has been continuing his Bass and Nature camps this year in a virtual setting. He also dropped the bombshell that the event will bring S.M.V. – the bass hero trio of Wooten, Stanley Clarke, and Marcus Miller – back together.
Marcus Miller is back with another video, and this time he sits down with Mitch Gallagher at Sweetwater. Whenever I see a new Marcus video, I get excited. This video is no different.
Marcus Miller and the gang at the Smooth Jazz Cruise have teamed up to bring us another jam-packed concert with more legends. Check it out and turn it up loud!
Our friends at Bart Funk Bass shared this great excerpt from the 2013 “Finding The Funk” documentary film. In this clip, Marcus Miller shares his thoughts on the work and influence of the great Larry Graham.
David Sanborn and Marcus Miller go way back. So it was cool to see Marcus take part in the Sanborn Sessions for this remote session. In this clip, the group takes on Marcus’s tune, “Detroit”.
We can’t get enough of Marcus Miller. He truly is the total package. In this 2012 clip, Marcus is seen here warming up before a performance in Japan. I’ve always wanted to know what Marcus plays to warm up, and this is perfect.
Marcus Miller with an all-star cast of musicians? YES, PLEASE!! Marcus has teamed up with the Smooth Jazz Cruise to bring the “Saturday Night with Marcus Miller and Friends” concert series. In this video, they jam with the legendary George Benson.
Sire Guitars is expanding their line of Marcus Miller basses this year with two new models, the P5 and the D5. Built upon the bass master’s preferences, both designs share some key features.
The Berklee Bass Department is back again with their weekly webinar hosted by Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, and John Patitucci. This week’s session will spotlight the “producer/bassist,” with an incredible lineup.
Steve Bailey, Victor Wooten, and John Patitucci will be offering a free webinar with fellow bass masters. This week’s discussion will feature bassists who worked with Miles Davis, including Dave Holland, Ron Carter, Marcus Miller, and Darryl Jones.
Marcus Miller is no stranger to the annual “Reader Favorite Bassists” list. This year, Marcus made the list thanks to some incredible videos, his work with Sire, and his participation in Nick Wells’s “Beneath the Bassline: Turned Up To 11”.