Here’s a great video of Nate Smith, Michael League, and Lionel Loueke performing the groovetastic tune, “Farafina.”
Charles Berthoud published an entertaining video where he constructed a metal tune with his metal fretless bass, a fretted bass, some drums, and keyboards.
Tal Wilkenfeld joined Scary Pockets for this funky cover of Joni Mitchell’s well-covered song, “Big Yellow Taxi.”
Guitarist Matteo Mancuso recorded some videos featuring music from his new album, “The Journey,” with bassist Riccardo Oliva and drummer Gianluca Pellerito. “Samba Party” is such a great tune that reminds me of the music I grew up with.
Rocco Palladino kicks things off in this live performance of “Tioga Pass,” with Yussef Dayes. I love the bass intro, and I love how it morphs into an epic groove.
Cory Wong just dropped this live video from his band’s performance at Jazz in Marciac, and this one is killer. Yohannes Tona is the bassist on this date. Enjoy 10+ minutes of “Sidestep,” which has it all.
Back in the 80s and 90s, I nearly wore out my Eric Johnson albums, including Ah Via Musicom. So it was cool to see this video pop up in the feed from an April 2023 performance of "Desert Rose" at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas.
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.
Earth, Wind & Fire performed live from SiriusXM’s studios in late 2013. Here’s the clip of the band performing “September” with Verdine White’s bass coming through loud and clear.
Playing For Change released a special treat a couple of days ago. Here’s Jackson Browne, Leland Sklar, Russ Kunkel, and multiple musicians from around the world performing “Doctor My Eyes.”
Jojo Mayer’s Nerve recorded this video live at The Bunker Studio in December 2019. Originally released for Patreon supporters, it is now public. I love the sounds created by this band!
Gev Delano dropped this killer video, which he describes as “my interpretation, my style, my sound” on Greg Howe’s “Lucky 7.”