No Treble reader Shane Hendrickson sent us this video, and we were so impressed. Here he is with drummer Jayson Brinkworth and Kirby Barber (on guitar and mandolin) performing a beautiful arrangement of Emmylou Harris’ “The Maker”.
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.
Cory Wong has a new album coming out on October 29th. Here’s the band performing “Assassin”, from “The Paisley Park Sessions”. Sonny T is featured big on the tune, and he lays down a monster groove behind a band that is just on fire.
Jason Matthews posted this stunning cover video on Facebook, and I had to share it. In this clip, he nails Jaco Pastorius’s “Continuum”. He even recorded it the way Jaco did back in the day.
Scary Goldings sent us the first single from their upcoming album, and it’s a killer song by a killer lineup. That lineup includes MonoNeon, John Scofield, Louis Cole, Larry Goldings, Jack Conte, and Ryan Lerman.
No Treble reader CH Straatmann sent us this video of his tune, “El Misti”, which is on his second solo album, “11 Dimensions”.
We love it when No Treble readers send us videos. We also love the work of Bobby Vega. So this one was twice as exciting. Klemens Cathcart sent us this video of him and Alex Tabero performing Vega’s “Gosh”.
We’ve featured some impressive young musicians over the years. Usually, they’re bassists. But today, it’s drummer Yoyoka. Yoyoka celebrated her 12th birthday with this session, recording a cover of Deep Purple’s “Burn”.
Richard Bona joined with pianist Alfredo Rodriguez’s band for this live performance at Jazz à Vienne 2021. Here they are performing “Ay Mama Ines”, with Bona on bass and vocals.
It is always great to see a new video from Kinga Glyk. In this clip, Kinga takes on Chick Corea’s “Armando’s Rhumba”.
I’m not even sure how I stumbled onto this clip, but I’m glad I did. This performance of “Our Man” by Made In Sweden is from the band’s later years, which actually featured a Finnish rhythm section of drummer Vesa Aaltonen and bassist Pekka Pohjola.
Paradigm Blue has released “Transit”, an album they call “a love letter to the late seventies Rush records”. Ruben Moreno handles bass, vocals, and keys in the trio. Here’s their video for the track, “The Optimist”.