Tal Wilkenfeld recently joined Scary Pockets for a fantastic cover of Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi.” Now, a new fan-shot video has surfaced of her performing live with Scary Goldings at Monterey Jazz Fest 2023.
Tal Wilkenfeld joined Scary Pockets for this funky cover of Joni Mitchell’s well-covered song, “Big Yellow Taxi.”
The Allman Family Revival tour is back for 2023 with some very special guests. Although the Allman Betts Band is usually anchored by Berry Duane Oakley (son of Allman Brothers Band bassist Berry Oakley), the group will be anchored by Tal Wilkenfeld for this outing.
Here’s a classic video from the early days of Youtube featuring monster bassists Marcus Miller and Tal Wilkenfeld. This one goes all the way back to NAMM 2007!
Incubus has announced that their next few shows will have a different bass player. In a post on their Twitter account, the band wrote that Tal Wilkenfeld will be filling in for the mighty Ben Kenney.
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”.
Prince’s highly anticipated posthumous release “Welcome 2 America” is finally available. Recorded in 2010, the album is the only studio collaboration with drummer Chris Coleman and bassist Tal Wilkenfeld.
Since his passing, we’ve been getting little bits of unreleased music from Prince’s vault. Now a full never-before-heard album will be seeing the light of day, with drummer Chris Coleman and bassist Tal Wilkenfeld.
Filmmaker Nick Wells has announced the followup to his popular bass documentary, “Beneath The Bass Line.” The sequel, “Turned Up To 11,” dives into some of the more outrageous gig stories and “Spinal Tap” moments from the world’s best bassists.
Each year, the Winter NAMM Show brings the top industry talent to Anaheim, California. That includes bassists, who all flock to the Bass Bash. This year the event returns on January 16th and 17th with one of its best lineups yet.
2019 was an exciting year for Tal Wilkenfeld. Tal released her much-anticipated solo album, “Love Remains.” Tal supported the release with a tour, which produced a handful of videos along the way. This landed her at the #3 slot this year.
Tal Wilkenfeld recently made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, in support of her latest album, “Love Remains.” Here’s her performance of “Killing Me” from the show.