Aaron Emerson, the son of the great Keith Emerson, was joined by a host of rock musicians to pay tribute to the late keyboardist. In this clip, the group performs “Lucky Man,” written by Greg Lake and originally performed by Emerson Lake and Palmer.
KEXP is a constant source of great videos, and this new one by The Budos Band is no exception. Anchored by bassist Daniel Foder (and with a great horn section), here’s the band performing “Long in the Tooth” live at THING Festival.
Following up on their first video (Don’t Give Up), Derek Frank sent us the latest from the Saluting Peter Gabriel project. In this one, they take on “I Don’t Remember.”
The Main Squeeze is on tour, and they’ve just released a video shot during their performance at Meow Wolf in Santa Fe this month. Here’s their performance of “Sun Goes Down.”
Rebecca Johnson shared another video from a recent gig. This time around, she and her band take on Stevie Wonder’s “Living For The City.”
Violinist Baiju Bhatt’s band Red Sun was joined by bassist Mohini Dey, along with guitarist Nguyên Lê, drummer Stéphane Edouard, soprano saxophonist Valentin Conus, and pianist Mark Priore, to record “Nataraj.”
Aaron Gibson continues to show us the music he’s working on, and we love it. “Peek at the Last Page” is the next song in the works.
Lari Basilio performed at the Boerderij in Netherlands with a trio consisting of bassist Poliana Magalhães and drummer Lucas Bidran. Here they are performing “Running To The Other Side.”
Erik Arkö got together with Billy Sheehan before The Winery Dogs performed in Stockholm last week. In this video, Billy breaks down his latest gear and setup.
We shared a live performance of Yussef Dayes’s “Tioga Pass” last month. Now it’s time for the official video. Kicking things off is Rocco Palladino, who cowrote the tune.
It’s been a while since we featured a video from REO Brothers, but they dropped a new one this morning that blew us away again. Here’s bassist Ralph Otic and his brothers performing Dire Straits’ smash hit, “Money For Nothing.”
Classical guitarist Lau Noah and bassist Adam Neely got together to record at Dimension 70 Studios in NYC and shared this video from the session. “The Path” is a perfect blend of instruments.