No Treble reader Maarten Plukker sent us this video of Chopy Fatah and the band performing Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.” He said, “Although a simple song, it showcases how locked John McVie and Mick Fleetwood were and always have been.”
Bassist David Dyson dropped a new video with DMV Collective Crank Caviar. They take on the classic Foreigner song, “I Want to Know What Love Is.” The band is LOCKED!
I’ve been wearing out Snarky Puppy’s “Empire Central,” which is often on the turntable. The band just dropped another video from the session, with the laid back tune, “Cliroy,” which was written by trumpeter Jay Jennings.
Petros Klampanis has a new album coming out, and given his previous work, I’m very excited about it. Today we’re featuring the studio video for “Enteka,” from the upcoming album.
Leland Sklar shared this video on Facebook recently, and I was glad he did. Filmed during the “Jude’s House” sessions in 2020, here’s Judith Owen, Sklar, and Pedro Segundo performing a super chill version of “September.”
Charles Berthoud decided to re-record and re-release one of the tunes from his EP. “The Last Ride” showcases so much of the bassist’s incredible skill and musicianship in one song.
Zander Zon first arranged Linkin Park’s “Numb” for solo bass 10 years ago. Now he’s revisited it for his latest video.
Frowin Ickler sent us his latest video, and it is a ton of fun. Frowin added his own funky line to Elton John’s and Dua Lipa’s single “Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)” on his Fender MonoNeon bass. Dig his funky retro sound!
Vulfpeck dropped the video for the 10th track from Schvitz, and this is my favorite so far. Joe Dart lays down an old school groove behind some great vocal harmonies on “Miracle.”
The Band Geeks just dropped their latest video, and this time they’re upping the irons. Joined by Matt Beck on guitar, the Geeks take on Iron Maiden’s “Wasted Years,” with Richie Castellano on bass and backing vocals.
Kinga Glyk premiered this video yesterday after watching a documentary on Joe Zawinul. She was so inspired, she learned “The Governor” from Zawinul’s “Soulmates” album with Ben Webster.
Arran McSporran shared this video on Facebook recently, and I have been enjoying it ever since. This clip by Nicolas Meier features some stellar fretless work by McSporran on “Shooting Stars.”