A couple of weeks ago, we shared an interview with legends Sonny Emory and Nathan East. They got together for a few jams, and this one is a favorite of mine.
Today’s video features two legends of the music industry. Virtuosos Nathan East and Sonny Emory sit down at Yamaha Japan and talk about this art form we call music.
Nathan East and his son Noah took the stage together at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2023. Here they are performing “Change The World.”
Two days ago, an incredible lineup of musicians got together at the Royal Albert Hall to pay tribute to Jeff Beck. Two bassists were on hand, including Rhonda Smith and Nathan East. Here’s the closing song of the night, “Going Down.”
Maarten Plukker sent us this video he created to showcase Nathan East’s isolated bass on Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.”
Starr has released his third EP, simply called “EP3.” The tracks are anchored by session aces, including Billy Mohler and Nathan East.
In 2014, the world lost a musical giant with the passing of Jack Bruce. Jeff Berlin began working on a tribute album shortly after his passing, and now that album is available as “Jack Songs,” with an unreal cast of musicians.
Today, we have a nice video featuring bass legend Nathan East and drummer Antonio Sanchez. They take on the classic tune, “The Chicken” (popularized for us by Jaco Pastorius). Nathan solos the back pickup and goes to WORK!
Nathan East is one of those bass players that can fit himself into any musician situation. In this video interview, he talks about what makes a great bass player, current gear, and more.
Guitar legend Eric Clapton is hitting the road this fall and feature veteran bassist Nathan East. The U.S. tour will include eight shows, which he says will be his only U.S. shows for the year.
Alberto Rigoni loves the bass, and he’s just released a new album to prove it. “For the Love of Bass” features a jaw-dropping cast of bassists of many styles.
Paul Jackson’s passing on March 18th sent shockwaves through the music community. Now a staggering list of his musical compatriots will be remembering him in a live webinar hosted by the Berklee Bass Department.