Rebecca Johnson and her band are back to gigging, which is great news for us so far away thanks to her videos of their performances. Here’s the trio swinging hard on “I’m Tore Down”.
I love it when Rebecca Johnson records the “home jam” videos with Con Settineri. Here’s one she just posted, which she titled “Home studio jam #2”.
Even if we can’t all catch a live performance by Rebecca Johnson and her band, we can all enjoy the results. Here’s a new video Rebecca shared a couple of days ago, with her trio laying it down on George Benson’s “On Broadway”.
Rebecca Johnson is back with a new video. Here she is on a gig with her trio last week, performing a groovy take on Prince’s “Kiss.” So good to see the band back doing their thing!
Rebecca Johnson shared this video from her archives yesterday, and it is funky. Here’s a great jam of an original track with Johnson and drummer Con Settineri.
Rebecca Johnson shared this video with some exciting news: “First gig of 2021 last Sunday. Fun to play live again after far too long.” Armed with her Dean Edge Select bass, she and her band lay down the funk.
Rebecca Johnson recently shared this video on Facebook of her band’s last gig before the shutdown last year. In this clip, the band performs a great cover of Des’ree’s “You Gotta Be”. We can’t wait for this to be a thing again.
This year, we finally got to hear Rebecca Johnson’s story, thanks to our interview with her. That, plus a steady dose of videos throughout 2020 placed her at #5 on the “2020 Reader Favorite Bassists” list.
Today is Rebecca Johnson’s birthday, so it is a perfect time to share another one of her killer videos in celebration. Here’s a great clip of her band getting funky with Prince’s “Kiss.”
Rebecca Johnson is back with another funky video with her band, from a 2017 gig at The Co-Op Club in Sydney, Australia. In this one, they take on Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen’s “Mo Hippa.”
As always, Rebecca Johnson and her band knock us out with each new video they share. In this one, they perform Michael McDonald’s “I Keep Forgettin’.” Rebecca’s tone is incredible, and once again, she simultaneously handles the lead vocals.
Rebecca Johnson and her band shared this video in honor of Rocco Prestia, who sadly passed away earlier this week. In this clip, the band covers Tower of Power’s 1974 tune, “Don’t Change Horses (In The Middle Of A Stream)”.