Guitarist Chandresh Kudwa’s “Free Spirit” is a pretty amazing instrumental rock record, which features bassist Mohini Dey and drummer Gino Banks. “Disco Chicken”, the album’s second track, is a fun ride.
Mohini Dey recently shared this exciting video of her performance with guitarist Evgeny Pobozhiy and his tune, “Road to the Himalayas.” I’m really digging this track, and I especially loved Mohini’s solo around the 3-minute mark.
During the 2019 NAMM show, there was an epic jam at the Baked Potato Jazz Club in Studio City, California. Guitarist Alex Skolnick, cellist Tina Guo, along with bassists Mohini Dey and Stuart Hamm, took the stage and lit it up.
Mohini Dey shared this video recently, and once again, we’re blown away. Check out Mohini and the band tear it up on Alex Giallombardo’s "Squared Marbles."
We saw a lot of great performances at this year’s NAMM show. We missed this one, but thankfully there’s a video to share. In this clip, Mohini Dey wows the crowd with a live performance at the SIT Strings booth.
Mohini Dey treated the audience to a live solo at the Lugano Jazz Festival back in July. The bassist was there performing with Ekalavya. Thankfully, cameras were rolling.
This is some seriously great music right here. This clip comes from the World Fusion Concert on Day 7 of the 53rd Bengaluru Ganesh Utsava. Mohini Dey is on bass, along with U Rajesh on mandolin, Bala Bhaskar on violin, Arun Kumar on drums, and Giridhar Udupa on Ghatam. I’m blown away.
Mohini Dey is such a talent, and I’m always on the lookout for videos featuring this exciting bassist. Here’s a clip from the Garana Jazz Festival earlier this month which features Mohini alongside violinist Abhijith P S Nair, guitarist Sandeep Mohan, keyboardist Joe Johnson, and drummer Arun Roop in their performance of “Sa Ma Ga Pa.”
Last year, Steve Vai’s band was one of the headlining acts at NH7 Shillong 2017, India’s largest multi-genre music festival. Vai brought on a special guest Mohini Dey during the show, who lived up to the spotlight in this performance. Vai’s intro says it all.
Today’s video feature a couple of true virtuosos: guitarist Guthrie Govan and bassist Mohini Dey, who perform Govan’s tune, “Wonderful Slippery Thing.” Mohini is laying it down!