YYNOT has been wowing fans with live concerts, including this stop in Salt Lake City at the Metro Music Hall. They just shared this clip of them performing Rush’s “YYZ” at the show, which once again shows off the amazing chops of Tim Starace and the band.
I’ve been spinning YYNOT’s new album, “Resonance,” a lot lately. So it was cool to see another video released by the band this morning. Take a listen to Tim Starace’s massive tone on “Wildest Dreams.”
YYNOT is set to release their sophomore album, “Resonance” on September 19th. Luckily for us, Tim Starace and the band have released another single. “Open Book” once again shows the great writing and performance chops from the group.
YYNOT is gearing up for their second album and just released the track, “Chemical Burn.” Tim Starace once again offers up some monster tone on a tune that goes from hard-hitting, to laid back, then grooves, and back again.
YYNOT is keeping busy, from recording to touring. Here’s a great clip from their recent show at The Sherman Theater in Pennsylvania, where they take on Rush’s “By-Tor and the Snow Dog” (and more). As always, Tim Starace and the band are bringing it!
I’ve been a fan of YYNOT for some time. I really dig their original work, as well as their covers of old school Rush songs. I was surprised to see them covering ’80s era Rush in this video, but as always, they nailed it.
YYNOT has been hitting the road lately, performing their original music and epic covers of Rush tunes. Here’s a recent video from one of their live performances, where they take on Rush’s “Beneath, Between, and Behind,” from “Fly by Night.”
We’re kicking off our annual “Reader Favorite Bassists” countdown with #10. For the second year in a row, Tim Starace made the list. Check out the videos (and more) that made Tim a reader favorite in 2018.
It’s hard to argue that Tim Starace from YYNOT is just another Geddy Lee clone playing Rush’s fabled music. Both statements would be incorrect. Anybody who can even play close to the brilliance that is Geddy on bass is worthy of attention, and Tim brings a whole next level of creativity, sound, and energy to the bass.
It is great to see YYNOT gaining so much traction with fans. The band performed at The Diesel in Detroit on October 27th, and once again, they’re putting out some great concert videos. Here’s their performance of Rush’s “Prelude” and “Freewill”, which once again finds Tim Starace handling the gritty bass and the keys on the tunes.