Watch All Of Victor Wooten Trio’s Jaw-Dropping Brooklyn Bowl Show Last Night [Pro-Shot]

first_imgLast night, on December 12th, The Victor Wooten Trio featuring drummer Dennis Chambers and saxophonist Bob Franceschini took over New York City’s Brooklyn Bowl. The show opened with Victor Wooten Trio’s “One Hand” before the bass master and his crew launched into a fiery two-set performance that left the audience with their jaws on the floor. The first set housed classics like the original “My Life” as well as tastes of funk classics like The Commodores’ “Brick House”, The Time’s “777-9311”, and Prince’s “Let’s Work”.Stream Bootsy Collins’ New Album Feat. Bernie Worrell, Victor Wooten, Stanley Clarke, BucketheadThe trio’s immense musicianship was on full display during the show, highlighting the unparalleled skill of Wooten, Chambers, and Franceschini. Classified by tight grooves and near-clairvoyant awareness of one another, the Brooklyn Bowl show last night showed exactly why The Victor Wooten Trio is regarded as one of the most revered acts on the scene today. You can check out the stream of the show for yourself below, courtesy of Relix. (Set one begins at 17:45, and set two begins at 2:09:15.)last_img read more