Béla Fleck & The Flecktones are keeping the party going as they’ve announced a second leg of their 30th Anniversary Tour. The group’s next round of touring will focus on the East Coast from November to March of 2020.
You may have heard… today is No Treble’s 10th anniversary! We’re thrilled to have Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey sharing in the celebration.
During the 2018 PASIC Convention, Victor Wooten’s trio took the stage and performed music from their album, “Trypnotyx.” Here’s a clip of the band performing “Liz & Opie”, with Vic, Dennis Chambers, and Bob Franceschini. Of course, they nailed it.
Saxophonist David Liebman hit it big when he joined Miles Davis in 1972 for the recording of the album “On The Corner.” Now, 47 years after the album’s recording, Liebman has gathered an incredible band to pay homage to the album - including Victor Wooten.
Béla Fleck & The Flecktones are celebrating 30 years of music this year with an extensive summer tour. The band will be touring North America with their original lineup of Béla Fleck, Howard Levy, Roy “Future Man” Wooten, and Victor Wooten.
During the 2019 Winter NAMM show, Victor Wooten and John Ferrara got together at the Hartke booth to jam, and it was fantastic.
Victor Wooten is taking his educational camp on the road with the Wooten Woods Experience tour. The outing will feature the master bassist with his band as well as some students presenting an educational performance based on his Music and Nature camps.
No surprise to us, Victor Wooten makes the “readers favorite” list again this year. And Vic had a big year with a tour with his trio, the Fun & Funk Xplosion Tour with Sinbad, a 30th anniversary Flecktones tour, and more.
For years, Steve Bailey has sent a holiday video for us to share with you. In celebration of the holidays, here’s the latest - featuring Steve, John Patitucci, Joe Dart, Whit Browne, Victor Wooten, and Mike Pope - with a note from Steve.
JanAid Guitars crafts beautiful basses that sound as gorgeous as they look. That includes this instrument called The Evergreen, which was built for Victor Wooten’s Wooten Woods Camp.