Bassist and No Treble reader Chris Attwell shared his latest video with his band ACT. This is the band’s first cover, with a performance of The Stranglers’ “Golden Brown.”
We’ve been fans of GospelChops DVDs and videos for years. Here’s a great clip from “Bass Sessionz Vol. 2” featuring Brandon Brown and Joshua Young trading solos over a chill groove.
In 1989, Steve Gadd and his band took the stage in Switzerland and performed Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours.” The line-up was incredible, with Gadd, Richard Tee, Cornell Dupree, Ronnie Cuber, and Eddie Gomez.
Keith Williams of five watt world put together an incredible video on the legendary Fender Jazz Bass. The video covers the origins of the instrument, the specs, some of the legendary players who played the instrument, and later variations.
Sam Wilkes is back in this new Scary Pockets video, which features Marcus Scott on vocals. Dig the band doing their thing on Elton John’s “Bennie and the Jets.”
I’ve really been enjoying Cory Wong’s latest record, “Motivational Music for the Syncopated Soul,” since its release in August. Here’s a new video Cory shared from the album. “Frogville” features bassist Kevin MacIntire, two drummers, and custom jerseys.
Back in May, we shared a new Dirty Loops video for the first time in a while. The trio of bassist Henrik Linder, vocalist/keyboardist Jonah Nilsson, and drummer Aron Mellergård are back with this track, “Next To You.”
Every once in a while, Leonid & Friends take on a cover other than a Chicago tune. This time around, they play a cover of a cover: Earth, Wind & Fire’s version of the Beatles’ tune, “Got To Get You Into My Life.”
Flying Colors are set to release their third studio album, “Third Degree,” on October 4th. Check out Steve Morse, Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Dave LaRue, and Casey McPherson performing the track “The Loss Inside.”
I’m such a huge fan of The Tedeschi Trucks Band. So it is always exciting to see a new video from the band. “This clip connects behind-the-scenes footage during the band’s 3-night run at the Tokyo Dome City Hall on the ‘Signs’ tour with the studio version of ‘High & Mighty,’” the band shared.