Kinga Glyk premiered this video yesterday after watching a documentary on Joe Zawinul. She was so inspired, she learned “The Governor” from Zawinul’s “Soulmates” album with Ben Webster.
Kinga Glyk’s “Tears in Heaven” video has been viewed nearly 3 million times in the six years since she first shared it. She just posted a new version, which is slowed down from the original but just as beautiful.
‘Tis the season for some great holiday-inspired videos. Here’s a new one from Kinga G?yk, who plays along to Donny Hathaway’s “This Christmas”.
We’ve featured videos by Kinga Glyk for over five years now. We’ve always been impressed. We weren’t alone. Here’s a great clip from 2018 of Kinga sitting in with Marcus Miller and his band performing “Blast” live.
It is always great to see a new video from Kinga Glyk. In this clip, Kinga takes on Chick Corea’s “Armando’s Rhumba”.
In honor of Stevie Wonder’s birthday on the 13th, Jacob Collier put together a stunning video of him singing “Overjoyed”. Kinga Glyk took Jacob’s video and added some fantastic bass to it.
Kinga Glyk said “There are some bass lines I just want to know how to play… I tried to figure out what Joe Dart is playing in this song… woooow crazy!!” The tune is Vulfpeck’s “It Gets Funkier IV”, and Kinga nails it.
Kinga Glyk released her new album, “Feelings” on November 1st. Here’s another video she’s put together from the album, with the tune, “5 Cookies.”
Kinga Glyk always impresses us, but this one might take the cake. Performing with her trio, she tears through “Donna Lee” on uke bass. And dig that solo!
Kinga Glyk’s new album, Dream, offers up some seriously great music. Here’s one of the tunes, “Difficult Choices.”
A few month’s ago we featued Kinga Glyk’s excellent solo bass performance of “Tears In Heaven”. Here’s Kinga with her band performing “Hope” in promotion of her new album, Happy Birthday – Live. Once again, we’re blown away.
Bassist Kinga Glyk stunned us all with this excellent cover of a cover of “Tears In Heaven.” The original is by Eric Clapton. Kinga’s all-bass performance is a cover of the one by Jeff Berlin.