IMO: Yes! I know I’m not even close to the only one whose thought about this, but I couldn’t find much in my own search so if there’s a pre-existing thread, I apologize. I’d just like to share my thoughts on it. People who play guitar, piano, or uke get all the glory; always busting their ability to sing and play out as party tricks and solo performances. Bassists, conversely, are often left out since 99% of the time we’re just the accompaniment. Even Sir Paul and Sting still have full bands backing them. I don’t think the bass gets enough recognition as a troubadour’s potential main instrument (especially since it’s 1,000x more interesting and a lot less cliche). So, I’ve started working on a way to compete with my chord-strumming friends around the campfire. The key, I’ve found, is to acquire a foot tambourine that I keep in my acoustic bass case. It helps “fill the air” where the percussive higher frequencies are missing. And this is my 12-Song set list that I plan to practice regularly so that I’m ready when the moment strikes: (Sittin’ On) The Dock of The Bay Ain’t No Sunshine Walk On The Wild Side (Edited ) All I Wanna Do Blister In The Sun Road Trippin’ (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) Moondance Money Something Smooth Operator Are there any other great songs for this purpose? Does anybody else do this, or have any advice? Happy singing and playing!