Amidst touring with Bass Extremes this year, Victor Wooten has unveiled two of his educational workshops for 2022. The four-day Bass Camp and two-day Music Theory Camp will each be held virtually this year.
It’s no secret that Cory Wong has been on a roll with his band, the Wongnotes, over the past couple of years. His latest album, “Power Station”, includes bassists Sonny Thompson and Victor Wooten.
My fellow leftist, MonoNeon, dropped a new vid today appropriately titled, “Stank In New York.” Joined by legends Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, and Derrick Hodge, MonoNeon goes off, as expected.
Victor Wooten never disappoints. Here he is at Yoshi’s in Oakland during the Bass Extremes tour. Vic performs a mind-blowing solo by layering parts on top of each other.
Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey are on the Bass Extremes tour, and in this video, we catch a glimpse of them in Hollywood, with Marcus Miller joining the party. Three Lords of The Low End on the same stage!
Victor Wooten shared this incredible video on Facebook yesterday, saying, “Some Improvising tips to help free your mind.” It is always amazing to hear Vic speak, and his unique approach to music.
Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, and Gregg Bissonette have added a second leg to their upcoming Bass Extremes tour. The second round of dates will focus on the East Coast with performances from Georgia up to Massachusetts.
Ever since they first teased it in 2018, we’ve been dying to hear what the new Bass Extremes album will sound like. Now Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, and Gregg Bissonette have unveiled more about it. They’ve also unveiled a set of tour dates.
John McLaughlin celebrated his 80th birthday earlier this month. Victor Wooten shared this video on Facebook around that time of McLaughlin, Wooten, and Chick Corea performing Mahavishnu Orchestra’s “You Know, You Know”.
Victor is a mainstay on the Reader Favorites lists, and 2021 was no exception. From performance to education to publishing a new book, Vic stayed busy. He lands at the #7 spot on this year’s list.
This has been a holiday tradition for many years, thanks to our friend Steve Bailey. Check out this year’s video by Steve and the Berklee Bass Department (with Victor Wooten and Bakithi Kumalo) with an impressive performance with some holiday cheer.
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.