Update Tal Wilkenfeld

Well, here I am again about Tal Wilkenfeld as a musician and now also a singer/songwriter. You have to make up your own minds obviously, but I can’t help myself to being impress by her huge talent.

So for all and any singer/songwriter it is not what you sing about but rather in which form you present it, musically. Keep going very mainstream, very safe, or go out of your own comfort zone. 

Insight and truly amazing:


From the opening act to The Who at TD Garden:


From the opening act to The Who at Capital One Arena:


The two last videos is also from the album “Love Remains”

Enjoy or not Enjoy  🙂   🙁 


Laurel Canyon

Several young talented singer/songwriters started to meet in Laurel Canyon, playing together and getting better and better from each other. Playing on local clubs the word spread and in time the rest of the world became interested.

Featuring names like Joni Mitchel, Linda Ronstadt, Eagles
and many more.

I highly recommend these two episodes, especially to younger people with a singer/songwriter within themselves. As well as established musicians. The singer/songwriters featuring our hit lists on the radio channels.

I hope you all will share this to as many as possible, thank you  🙂 


The link can be accessed from the EU/Ø for Norwegian citizens.

Available until  31. May 2023 at 06:01

Enjoy  😀 

Jeff Beck at Ronnie Scott’s


As a follow up to yesterday’s post about Tal Wilkenfeld I hereby give you the concert i mentioned. Jeff Beck live including Tal Wilkenfeld on bass guitar.

Even if you don’t really fancy the music coming to you, give it a chance. There is some very extraordinary moments there. From roughly 6 minutes  and onward.

The band as such is extraordinary as well. And some very happy faces within the audience, some well known faces too. 

Guests appearing is Joss Stone, Imogen Heap and Eric Clapton.

Hope you will enjoy 🙂


Tal Wilkenfeld


Source: Tal Wilkenfeld/Wikipedia

I came across Tal Wilkenfeld watching Jeff Beck at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club some years back (Youtube). She impressed me a lot. Watched that concert several times.

Then in March 2019 her album “Love Remains” was released. It was probably in 2020 at some point i first heard it.
I subscribe for Tidal’s HiFi stream which gives access to high resolution streaming.

Listened through it a couple of times during a week or so and it just grew on me and I played it again and again. As of today i play it at least every three weeks or so. It’s on now while writing these words.

I am not easily impress with today’s new music but this album is out-ragingly good.
Very solid work from both musicians and the people in the studio. How to describe her music?

Well, is it a pop album? Maybe but it’s also so much more. Influenced by both jazz and rock, even hints of progressive rock in some of the songs. And then there is the ballads, of course.

If you are getting curious, your quickest way to listen to her album is Spotify, three songs I belive, there. Or, Jeff Beck at Ronnie Scott’s Club. There with guest as Eric Clapton, Joss Stone and Imogen Heap.

Look through the Wikipedia link below to get her musical history.

You will not be disappointing if you want to avoid today’s pop chart lists.

Enjoy 🙂