Federico Malaman has a new bass cover video out. This time around, he’s taking on Madcon’s “Don’t Worry”.
We were excited when No Treble reader Clive H Jones shared his latest solo bass video with us. In this clip, Clive takes on Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know”.
Dave Sanborn’s “The Sanborn Sessions” dropped another remote session episode recently, with Sting as the guest. The group performs Sting’s “Fragile” and The Paul Butterfield Blues Band’s “In My Own Dream”.
A Youtuber who goes by Professor Chocolate Cake put together this impressive video of Yes performing “I’ve Seen All Good People” live in 1973. The footage of Chris Squire and the band is fantastic, as is the production work.
Here’s a live, rare, and unreleased clip of the Jaco Pastorius Quintet (with Michael Brecker, Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer, and Don Alias) performing “Donna Lee” in 1981. Thanks to Rick Suchow for recording/sharing this one!
No Treble reader Emile Nelson sent us this video he did with his long-time friend, drummer Glenn Wilson. In this clip, the duo performs “Lumphry’s Funky Friday”.
Marcus Miller and the gang at the Smooth Jazz Cruise have teamed up to bring us another jam-packed concert with more legends. Check it out and turn it up loud!
I’m always on the lookout for a new video by The Main Squeeze. They’ve never disappointed. This one dropped yesterday, with the band performing John Mayer’s “Gravity.”
10-year-old bassist Áron Hodek is grooving hard on this bass cover of the dvsn and Ty Dolla $ign tune, “I Believed It”, which featured Mac Miller.
Pete O’Neill shared his latest video with us, and it is a beautiful solo fretless bass arrangement of “Change the Sheets” by Canadian singer/songwriter Kathleen Edwards.
It has been a while since we shared one of Leland Sklar’s videos. In this one, Lee plays along to one of his favorite tracks (“Everyday”) from James Taylor’s 1985 record, “That’s Why I’m Here”, and shares the story behind it.
Julia Hofer is back with another great video showcasing one of the great bass lines. In this one, Julia Hofer plays along with Stevie Wonder’s “Do I Do”. If that’s not enough, Julia shows off her multi-tasking skills to David504.