Tal Wilkenfeld

Tal Wilkenfeld’s sophomore record Love Remains has been out since mid March, and shame on you if you haven’t heard it. Even more shameful probably is, is if you’ve never heard of this absolute prodigious woman who has played bass for the likes of Herbie Hancock and Jeff Beck. Her career has already been a fairy tale for anyone into classic rock, and music more generally. She counts people like Jackson Browne, Benmont Tench, as friends, which in and of itself is so random. She has also sat in with the Allman Brothers (which we’ll get to when we chat with with Tal), and Bob Weir and Wolf Brothers and so many others. But what makes her even more outstanding, then just her talent at bass is her ability as a songwriter and singer. We’ve been trying to get in touch with Tal for quite some time, because we are intrigued by her story and talent. You can learn more about Tal Wilkenfeld talwilkenfeld.com but seriously, take the time to do a search on youtube for some unreal performances. 

Show Notes:  

First Song: 00:55 – Corner Painter

Interview Begins: 4:59

Extro Song: 42:29 – Pieces Of Me

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