Wooten was at the 2014 Winter NAMM show and performed at the Samson booth, and luckily we got to see what a Victor Wooten bass jam is like.
Haiti 10, was inspired by Moyer’s desire to tell the community’s story of resilience through faith, love, and music. “That was what resonated with me,” he explains. “Those are the three elements that we felt brought people through the disaster.”
In addition to being one of the premier bass players of his time, most widely known as a member of Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, Grammy winning bassist Victor Wooten also runs a successful music camp in Only, Tennessee. Wooten’s Center for Music and Nature at Wooten Woods Retreat originally focused on teaching music to bass players. Now in its 15th year, it has accommodated all instruments—voice, horns, keyboards, and more—for at least the last six years or so.