We’ve featured quite a few videos by the Blues Beatles before, but this one might be our favorite so far. In this clip, the band’s bassist Bruno Falcão takes an extended solo before he’s joined saxophonist Denilson Martins for an epic jam.
It’s always a good day when Panagiotis Andreou shares a new video. This time, the timba master is performing “Las Cajas” with Gonzalo Grau y La Clave Secreta, a band which he describes as a “stellar line up of Latin music world standards.”
It’s simple: I see a new video by The Main Squeeze, and I hit play. From their album, “12345”, here’s the video for the second track, “Cold Blood.”
I’ve always loved the Tiny Desk series, and I am glad they were able to keep it going during these trying times. Here’s a new “Home” video with musicians from GroundUP Music, including Chris Tordini and Michael League. What a fantastic mix of music!
Our friend Randall Webb sent in this clip of The Byrds tearing through an epic version of “Eight Miles High” at the Fillmore East in 1970. The band’s lineup at the time was the quartet of Roger McGuinn, Clarence White, Gene Parsons, and Skip Battin.
Cory Henry has a new album coming out on October 30th. From “Something to Say”, here’s the live performance video for the first track, “Don’t Forget”. As usual, Sharay Reed is in the pocket!
Kinga Glyk said “There are some bass lines I just want to know how to play… I tried to figure out what Joe Dart is playing in this song… woooow crazy!!” The tune is Vulfpeck’s “It Gets Funkier IV”, and Kinga nails it.
Ryan Madora has been sharing some excellent videos on her Youtube channel this year. Here’s a recent one where she breaks down a blues shuffle in the style of the great Duck Dunn.
I can’t remember when I saw the first video by Kingfish, but it has been a while. I was an instant fan. A couple of days ago, NPR shared this fantastic Tiny Desk (Home) Concert video featuring the guitarist along with bassist Paul Rogers.
As always, Rebecca Johnson and her band knock us out with each new video they share. In this one, they perform Michael McDonald’s “I Keep Forgettin’.” Rebecca’s tone is incredible, and once again, she simultaneously handles the lead vocals.
I’ve been digging the Scary Goldings’ 2019 record “The Ego Trap” lately. Now they’ve announced their third record is available for pre-order. Here’s their video for “Clem Fandango”, which features Tim Lefebvre, who plays his De Armond Starfire.
With the tragic news of the passing of Eddie Van Halen, Charles Berthoud decided to record a tribute. He asked his fans for suggestions, and “Eruption” made the list. Charles pulled off this tall task with a fantastic bass version of the iconic tune.