Tedeschi Trucks Band is releasing an ambitious project, and we get to now see the first part. “I Am The Moon” will include four albums and four films. Here’s “Episode I. Crescent”, anchored by Brandon Boone.
Cory Wong released another new video recently featuring a tune from his upcoming album, “Power Station”. Billy Strings makes a guest appearance on “Road Trip”, which is anchored by the always excellent Sonny T.
NPR Music is celebrating Black Music Month, and they just shared another fantastic Tiny Desk (Home) Concert. This one features singer-songwriter Adekunle Gold and a killer band (including bassist Clark Sims).
As one of the most prolific bassists in reggae, Flabba Holt, has created some incredibly hypnotic bass lines. That’s how I got stuck on his “Behind My Greatest Bass Lines” video, which is equally hypnotic.
I always look forward to videos from Playing For Change, and this one is special. In this one, Carlos Santana, Cindy Blackman Santana, Becky G, Tito Puente, Jr., Tal Wilkenfeld, Rubén Rada, and 20 other musicians perform “Oye Como Va”.
Berklee recently shared another fantastic “Two Track” video. In this clip, bassist Nikos Chatzitsakos is joined by saxophonist Salim Charvet and vocalist Alexandria DeWalt on two tunes.
Bassist Henry James just released a single called “MMT (Mass Math Trend)”, which features a monster groove inspired by Tower of Power, Marcus Miller, and Jamiroquai.
I was thrilled to see this new video by House of Waters hit. I was even more excited to learn they have a new album coming. From “Where I Wander”, here’s the band performing “Moon.” Moto Fukushima’s playing on this is as smooth as silk (as always).
Stanley Clarke joined Cory Henry at the Blue Note NYC on May 7th, and this happened. Check out their incredible performance of the Charles Mingus tune, “Goodbye Porkpie Hat.”
Primus, as I’m sure you know, is currently on tour performing Rush’s “A Farewell to Kings” in its entirety. Here’s a glimpse into the tour, thanks to this fan-shot video of the band performing “Xanadu.”
Julian Vaughn released his new album “Solo” last month. If you are a fan of Wayman Tisdale, you will definitely dig Julian. Performing two cuts from his previous albums, Julian and his band are locked in on “You’re Mine” and “Black Dynamite”.
Leland Sklar posted this video on Facebook saying, “Loved our early beginnings! Innocent music...” What a wonderful clip this is of Lee performing “Rainy Day Man” live in 1971 with James Taylor and Russ Kunkel.