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Lake Street Dive: Better Not Tell You (Live from The Bridge Studio)

Lake Street Dive: Better Not Tell You (Live from The Bridge Studio)

Lake Street Dive recorded this video of “Better Not Tell You” live at The Bridge Studio in Brooklyn, NY. Bridget Kearney is sporting a Fender bass this time and anchors the band perfectly, as always. This is a preview of their upcoming album, “Good Together.”

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Remco Hendriks and Jack Irons: Heavy Fretless Rock Bass

Remco Hendriks and Jack Irons: Heavy Fretless Rock Bass

Remco Hendriks got together with Red Hot Chili Peppers founding drummer Jack Irons for this epic jam. He calls it "Heavy Fretless Rock Bass."

Ne-Yo: Tiny Desk Concert

Ne-Yo: Tiny Desk Concert

When NPR dropped this Tiny Desk Concert with Ne-Yo, I let it play in the background while I worked. I found myself going back to the video frequently. I love everything about this, including the incredible work of Justin Raines on bass and bass keys.

Felix Pastorius: Jazz Night at The Cave Live Performance

Felix Pastorius: Jazz Night at The Cave Live Performance

His last name is Pastorius, but he has definitely carved his own footprint. In today’s video, we have Felix Pastorius. This live performance at The Cave is reminiscent of that 70’s and 80’s fusion!

Black Hole Constellation: The Outsiders Saga II.

Black Hole Constellation: The Outsiders Saga II.

Black Hole Constellation’s Michal Jahoda sent us this “bass ballad recorded in medieval underground” video. Michal plays throught the ending of “The Outsiders Saga II,” which is on Black Hole Constellation’s album, “Garden of Deception Delights.”

Mono Means One: Enormous Forces

Mono Means One: Enormous Forces

John Ferrara’s latest project is a trio called Mono Means One, and they’re gearing up for their debut album and a tour. We’re happy to help premiere the studio video for “Enormous Forces.”

Playing For Change Band: What’s Up / Don’t Worry Be Happy

Playing For Change Band: What’s Up / Don’t Worry Be Happy

The talented Playing For Change Band performed this incredible medley of 4 Non Blondes’ “What’s Up” and Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy” at the 2024 Byron Bay Bluesfest.

Scott Devine and Ian Allison: How “Sledgehammer” Changed the History of Bass FOREVER

Scott Devine and Ian Allison: How “Sledgehammer” Changed the History of Bass FOREVER

I love the Scott Devine’s and Ian Allison’s videos where they break down songs and bass lines. In this episode, they take on one of the greatest of all time: Tony Levin’s work on “Sledgehammer” – and more.

Brian Bromberg: 10 West

Brian Bromberg: 10 West

One of my favorite Brian Bromberg tracks is “10 West,” from the “Magic Rain” LP. Here, we catch him playing the tune live for an instructional video.

Tony Senatore: “Too Shy To Say” (A Tribute to Leona and Carla)

Tony Senatore: “Too Shy To Say” (A Tribute to Leona and Carla)

Tony Senatore sent us this touching video, which he recorded as a tribute to Leona Semioli and Carla Bley. He chose Stevie Wonder’s “Too Shy To Say.”

Charles Berthoud: “Under The Bridge” On Fretless Bass

Charles Berthoud: “Under The Bridge” On Fretless Bass

I love when Charles Berthoud reimagines songs on the fretless bass. In this new video, he takes on the Red Hot Chili Peppers tune, “Under The Bridge.”

Zander Zon: American Elm

Zander Zon: American Elm

Zander Zon titled this video, “Is this the most ethereal JAZZ melody ever?” The bassist took on Janek Gwizdala’s “American Elm,” adding helpful information throughout.