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Victor Wooten had a busy 2021. He and Steve Bailey continued their Zoom bass webinar series, he performed on Octavision’s debut album, published a new book, did some educational videos for Sweetwater, and launched The Bass Vault with Bailey too.
Victor is a mainstay on the Reader Favorites lists, and 2021 was no exception.
Just over four years ago, No Treble readers were blown away by Octavision’s debut single, which featured the mighty Victor Wooten on bass. Now the group has released its first full-length album, called “Coexist” with Wooten and Billy Sheehan.
Mitch Gallagher at Sweetwater is back again with more bass goodness. I’m loving all of the fresh content they have been dropping. In this clip, Mitch sits down with Victor Wooten for a nice chat about developing your musicianship.
A couple of days ago, Victor Wooten shared this video on Facebook saying, “This was a fun jam with the great Paul Peterson.” This is an impressive, completely improvised jam with some great commentary from Vic.
Steve Bailey and Victor Wooten have an incredible bank of bass knowledge, and now they’re letting you in. The Bass Vault is a new online platform that will feature live events, exclusive videos, lessons, photos, downloads, and more.
Victor Wooten has just published a new book called “The Spirit of Music: The Lesson Continues”, which follows up on his 2008 novel, “The Music Lesson”. The book teaches lessons through its storytelling.
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