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2017 Reader Favorites – #9: Tim Starace
2017 Reader Favorites

2017 Reader Favorites – #9: Tim Starace

We first shared a video by YYNOT back in 2016. But it was 2017 when the band really got going – not only with some incredible Rush covers but also some impressive Rush-inspired originals. And No Treble readers (and us) really dig the monster tone Tim Starace produces on each video they share. Check out the videos that landed Tim...

YYNOT: Something for Nothing
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YYNOT: Something for Nothing

Our favorite Rush-inspired band is back with a new cover: “Something for Nothing,” which appeared on Rush’s 2112 album. As always, the tune features the monster tone by bassist Tim Starace, along with vocalist Rocky Kuner, guitarist Billy Alexander, and drummer Chris Moore. So good.

YYNOT: Invisible Heart
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YYNOT: Invisible Heart

Fresh off their big debut concert in LA, here’s our favorite Rush-inspired band and their latest original, “Invisible Heart.” Tim Starace as always lays down some seriously gritty bass.

YYNOT: Run On Love
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YYNOT: Run On Love

Our favorite Rush tribute band is back with a new original tune. “Run On Love” features the lineup of Rocky Kuner on vocals, Billy Alexander (who wrote the song) on guitars and Mini Moog, Tim Starace on bass, and Chris Moore on drums. The band is performing on August 20th at Gaslamp Long Beach. Get details here.

YYNOT: Kingdom Come (Tim Starace’s Isolated Bass)
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YYNOT: Kingdom Come (Tim Starace’s Isolated Bass)

YYNOT’s Tim Starace is often asked how he gets his tone on the tracks he records with the band. In this isolated bass clip, Tim’s decided to showcase his monster tone – and provide the details on how he gets it. This is from YYNOT’s original, “Kingdom Come.” As for his set up, here’s what Tim shared: CIJ Geddy Jazz...

YYNOT: The Curtain Falls
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YYNOT: The Curtain Falls

YYNOT recorded a video for their latest Rush-inspired original, which was released in March. “The Curtain Falls” features some gritty bass by Tim Starace, as well as the band’s new drummer, Chris Moore. The track is available on YYNOT’s Bandcamp page.

YYNOT: Prelude
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YYNOT: Prelude

As we mentioned in their “YYZ” video, YYNOT has a new drummer (Chris Moore). And so they’re recording lots of new versions of their epic Rush covers with this new lineup. As always, the bass (and more) is handled by Tim Starace, with Billy Alexander on guitar and Rocky Kuner on vocals. In this video, they tackle “Prelude,” the first...

YYNOT: What You’re Doing
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YYNOT: What You’re Doing

Time for some more goodness from our favorite Rush cover band. In this video, the quartet goes old school with “What You’re Doing,” from Rush’s debut album. As always, the gritty tone of Tim Starace and his Ric is on display.

YYNOT: YYZ
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YYNOT: YYZ

This is the one I’ve been waiting for from YYNOT. The virtual Rush cover band has just released their cover of “YYZ.” This is their first video with the band’s new drummer, Chris Moore, who joins bassist Tim Starace and guitarist Billy Alexander. Tim even handles the keyboards on this one, Geddy-style.

YYNOT: Kingdom Come (Official)
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YYNOT: Kingdom Come (Official)

Last June, we featured the audio track for YYNOT’s original tune, “Kingdom Come.” Now the band has released their official video. The Rush-inspired virtual band did this video the way they’ve put together all their terrific covers: shot/recorded in multiple locations, including Southern California, Florida, and Nashville. As always, Tim Starace drives things with his gritty bass tone, along with...

YYNOT: Making Memories / Best I Can
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YYNOT: Making Memories / Best I Can

YYNOT is going old school with a couple of covers from Rush’s Fly by Night. Here’s “Making Memories” and “Best I Can” performed by the best Rush cover band we’ve ever seen. Tim Starace once again nails the lines and that tone!

YYNOT: 2112 (Overture/The Temples of Syrinx)
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YYNOT: 2112 (Overture/The Temples of Syrinx)

YYNOT’s latest virtual Rush cover brings back a lot of memories of spinning 2112 back in the day. Our good friend Tim Starace handles the bass and air drums on this one. And once again, they nail it.