Ben Harper’s “Steal My Kisses” is such a great tune, thanks in large part to Juan Nelson. Now, Rebecca Johnson and her band shared this video of them doing their own thing with the tune in a live performance. Funky!
Danny Ziemann is back with a new bass and voice project with singer Valerie Costa. The duo have an album of jazz standards coming in December and are teasing it with this amazing clip of the Bill Evans and Carol Hall song “The Two Lonely People.”
We can never get enough of Jaco Pastorius. In this isolated bass clip, Jaco plays this classic with a bit of his drumming in the mix. You can really hear that fretless growl!
Lake Street Dive once again went all in for Halloween yesterday with another epic video. Bridget Kearney plays the role of Tom Petty in this cover of The Traveling Wilburys tune, “Handle With Care.”
No Treble reader Clive H Jones (aka CHJbass) sent us this video to help us celebrate Halloween the way we like it. Check out his (mostly) solo bass version of John Carpenter’s “Halloween” movie main title theme.
Polyphia dropped a new video about a month ago for their new album, “Remember That You Will Die.” The band, which includes Clay Gober on bass, is joined by special guest Steve Vai on “Ego Death.”
Julia Hofer is back with another excellent cover and transcription video. In this one, Julia grooves Anthony Jackson’s work on Chaka Khan’s “Our Love’s in Danger” from the 1980 album, “Naughty.”
It has been a while since we’ve seen a video by Nate Wood, but GroundUP Music just dropped another mind-blowing clip by the multi-instrumentalist. In this one, Nate performs “It’s Enough” by simultaneously handling the bass, drums, vocals, and more.
Scary Pockets dropped this funky video a few days ago from their performance at The Troubadour. The band, anchored by Sean Hurley, included some special guests, including David Ryan Harris on vocals and John Mayer on guitar.
Pete O’Neill sent us his latest video, and it was an ambitious solo bass project. Check out his arrangement of the Counting Crows’ “Colorblind.”
Taylor Lee shared his latest bass player collab video, and it’s pretty insane. He wrote and arranged a tune and got a killer list of bassists to absolutely shred over it.
After sharing the exciting news about Richie Castellano’s The Band Geeks joining up with Jon Anderson for a tour, I’ve been looking for more. Here’s a video they shared in 2021 of the Geeks performing Yes’s “And You And I.” As always, they nailed it.