Cory Wong just released a new video for a song from his upcoming album, “Power Station”. “Concrete” features guest Mark Lettieri and is anchored by the always funky Sonny T.
Marcus Miller is back with another video from his residency at the Blue Note in New York. Marcus and the band take on the Aretha Franklin classic ‘Chain Of Fools”. R&B/Soul singer Ledisi is on vocals, and she adds such flavor!
It is always exciting when Brad Russell reaches out to me. Two days ago, he sent me this video of him performing an all live looping bass & vocals version of Elton John’s “Rocket Man”. Brad never lets us down!
This new Juliaplaysgroove video showed up on the top of my feed, and as always, I immediately clicked. Here’s Julia playing along to Sabrina Claudio’s “Wait” from the “About Time” mixtape.
The Dead Daisies are celebrating the release of their “Live From Daisyland” EP with a video of Glenn Hughes and the band tearing through Deep Purple’s “Burn”.
Another fantastic collaboration video hit my radar, and this one gets the led out. Here’s Dino Jelusick, Micky Crystal, Colin Parkinson, and Kyle Hughes performing “Immigrant Song,” with guest solos by Ivan Keller and Jordan Ziff.
This is a longer video than normal, but it is worth it. Avishai Cohen performed at the Maillon theatre in Strasbourg with drummer Roni Kaspi and pianist Elchin Shirinov. The trio performed music from their upcoming album, “Shifting Sands”.
Alex Weber is a beast on the bass, and here’s some more proof. Earlier this year he filled in on bass for Obscura’s U.S. tour. Here he shares a video of the song “Septuagint” from their February performance at Baltimore Soundstage.
Time for another killer video by Fernando Rosa. This one features Fernando at The Jazz Cafe London getting down on some great James Brown tunes.
I love collaboration videos! In this one, Arnel Pineda, Joel Hoekstra, Billy Sheehan, Van Romaine, Ollie Marland, and Lenny Castro perform their unique cover of Steve Miller Band’s “Abracadabra”.
Tedeschi Trucks Band performed at the Tivoli Theatre in Chattanooga, TN on November 18, 2021, and cameras were thankfully rolling. Here they are, with bassist Brandon Boone, performing “Laugh About It”.
WFUV Public Radio shared videos of the Seratones getting down at the Rockwood Music Hall, and I’m really digging their sound. Here’s the band, anchored by Alexander Holeman, performing “Good Day”.