Our good Twitter friend and bassist Sigurdór sends us this video, featuring his band in a recent live performance. We’re on the lookout for more great videos. Post ’em to our group.
Robin Slick shared this video with us, via Twitter. Robin is the “mother of 2/3 of Adrian Belew Power Trio”. Her daughter, Julie Slick is the bassist, and her son, Eric Slick, is the drummer. Thanks, @RobinSlick. And well done.
Bassist/producer Mark Hoppus posted this video of an interview he did with Hollywood Press. They didn’t talk about our favorite subject (bass), but they did talk about one of our second favorites (Twitter). Mark shares, “This is post about a tweet that happened on the red carpet that I tweeted and then they posted and replied. I have no idea...
Vincenzo Maurogiovanni is a talented bassist and teacher from Bari, Italy who first rose to international recognition when he entered and won the European Bass Day Solo Bass competition in front of a panel consisting of Alain Caron, Matthew Garrison, Lincoln Goines, Hadrien Feraud, Pippo Matino, Dario Deidda and Fabrizio Bianco. Matthew Garrison liked the fact that Vincenzo didn’t imitate...
Check out this amazing trio of bass greatness: Edgar Meyer, Ray Brown and Victor Wooten, in a 1991 performance. “Walk that dog!” Tip o’ the hat to The Double Bass Blog
We’ve been watching the Markbass Contest on Youtube (previously covered here) and ran into this gem by bassist Max Link and his quartet. Max doesn’t want double bassists left out: “The Markbass cmd 121 also sounding great with a double bass!” This video was recorded at Stadttheater in Fürth Germany and features Link on bass, Bastus Trump on sax, Tobias...
NorCal Bassix has posted a bunch of videos from their event on May 2nd. Here’s one featuring special guests Michael Manring and Stew McKinsey performing one of Stew’s songs. Check out more videos from the event.
Bassist Ray Riendeau is becoming a favorite around here. His latest video, remaking Led Zeppelin’s Kashmir should show you why.
Check out Dave Pomeroy with his Bass Day evening kick off performance of “The Day The Bass Players Took Over The World” (back in the 90’s, we think). We especially loved the “tied up the guitar players with those big ol’ flatwound strings. Sorry boys.” line. (Not to mention the bass playing and that sweet 5 string electric upright.)
Check out bassist Dave Marks, taking a solo break during a Carl Palmer Band concert. We really like the loops he put together, almost as much as the soloing.