Bass Singer Performs Chilling Rendition Of 'Ain't No Sunshine'

You have to watch this bass singer perform a chilling rendition of the song ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’ by Bill Withers.

“Ain't no sunshine when she's gone, it's not warm when she's away
Ain't no sunshine when she's gone and she's always gone too long
Anytime she goes away, wonder this time where she's gone
Wonder if she's gone to stay, ain't no sunshine when she's gone
And this house just ain't no home, anytime she goes away”

The bass singer in this video is Geoff Castellucci, and he does a phenomenal job singing all of the parts in this rendition. He has such a clear, deep voice, and the notes that he hits are so low, yet it seems like he can reach them with much ease. He also blends all the different parts together that he sang separately, and it really does sound so wonderful. What an incredible talent he has!

Not only did Geoff perform in the video, he arranged, produced, filmed, and edited it as well. Very impressive!

“Thanks for watching my interpretation of one of my favorite Bill Withers' songs,” Geoff writes in the caption of this video on YouTube. “‘Ain't No Sunshine’ was the first of Withers' three gold records in the U.S. and he says ‘I know’ 26 times in the original version. I say it a few times more than that for good measure and because it's just good clean fun.”

On YouTube, Geoff has many fans that look forward to when he shares new music with them online.

“This arrangement is magnificent and Geoff adds feeling to the song that is exquisite. His vocal range is totally off the charts. Love this version!” comments one person after watching the video.

“I don't care which end of his vocal range he is singing, his voice is like melted butter, so smooth and warm. I could listen all day!” another person writes online.

We hope that you enjoyed listening to Geoff’s version of ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’ today!


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