I love it when YYNOT drops videos from their concerts. Of course, I also love their Rush covers. Here they are performing “Something For Nothing” live at the Sherman Theater.
YYNOT is on tour right now, and they’re sharing some videos for everyone to enjoy. Fronted by the new vocalist Adi Argelazi, here’s Tim Starace and the band nailing Rush’s “Anthem.”
The last time we featured a cover by Tim Starace, he was working hard at a bass, keys, and pedals cover of Rush’s “La Villa Strangiato.” Now he’s posted another, covering “Natural Science.”
YYNOT’s Bubba Bash 2023 was a huge success, and the band continues to drop videos from the show. In this one, Tim Starace and the group is joined by drummer Jason Bittner to perform Rush’s “Natural Science.”
YYNOT’s Bubba Bash was held on January 7th, on the third anniversary of Neil Peart’s passing, and they had an impressive lineup. Here’s a clip from the show, with drummer Mike Portnoy joining Tim Starace and the band on “Overture/The Temples Of Syrinx.”
YYNOT took the stage at the Coach House and rocked the house. In this clip from the show, the band performs Rush’s “What You’re Doing.” The mix is absolutely incredible, and Tim Starace is coming through loud and clear.
In August, we shared this incredibly popular video of Tim Starace working through Rush’s “La Villa Strangiato” on bass, keys, and pedals. YYNOT just shared this video of the band performing the tune live at Pala Casino on September 3rd.
YYNOT has released another video from their show at the Sherman Theater in February with new vocalist Patty Pershayla. Tim Starace’s bass work comes through loud and clear on “The Body Electric”.
YYNOT performed at The Sherman Theater in Pennslyvania back in February, and cameras were rolling. Here’s the band performing Rush’s “The Spirit of Radio” from that show.
I can always count on my buddy Tim Starace to send me some great videos by YYNOT. This one was filmed at the band’s show at the Sherman Theater on February 19th and features one of their originals.
YYNOT has released another video from their concert at Coach House Concert Hall in January with their new vocalist, Patty Pershayla. Here’s the band’s performance of Rush’s “Limelight”, with Tim Starace handling the bass, keys, and bass pedals.
YYNOT has been on the road again to kick off 2022, and they have a major new addition to the band. Here they are performing Rush’s “Bastille Day” with new vocalist Patty Pershayla. Tim Starace’s bass is so mighty in the mix!