Kinga Glyk Female Bass Guitarist Wears Hats

Kinga Glyk, a female bass guitarist, wears hats sometimes when you watch her YouTube videos and when she plays live in concert.

It’s fun to watch a young, accomplished musician whose enjoyment of her instrument is so obvious. The videos below represent a sampling of the styles that Kinga plays. While covering these songs, we get the added bonus of watching her don some cool hats in the bargain.

Enjoy the videos below, friends!

Song: Armando’s Rhumba || Artist: Chick Corea

Song: September || Artist: Earth, Wind & Fire

Song: Tears in Heaven || Artist: Eric Clapton/Jeff Berlin

If you’d like to see more of Kinga’s videos, just click over to her YouTube Channel. She wears hats in some, but not all (drats).

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Whether you are into Kinga’s style of music and her bass guitar playing, or not, you have to admit … the hats are pretty cool! Makes you want one, right? I know you do.

I happen to love bass guitar, having been known to play one (back in the day) that’s really similar to Kinga’s Fender Jazz bass. Mine was banana yellow with a black pick guard, but it never sounded quite that good when I played it. I can dream, can’t I?!

On her YouTube channel, there is a version of “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” that she plays. If you watch it, note how much fun she appears to be having. It’s very cool to watch!

Wrapping It Up

Well, that’s a wrap for now. I hope you enjoyed this bit of musical entertainment enhanced by a young lady wearing some nice-looking hats. Maybe you are now inspired to try out a new hat or cap that interests you and brings out a bit of personality that may or may not have been shining through heretofore.

Have a great day wearing a hat (or, at least wishing you were wearing one)!


Put on Your Thinking Cap:
  • Have you seen a female musician lately wearing a hat or cap while playing?
  • What kind of hat or cap would you most likely wear if you were a musician playing on a live stage or performing in a music video?
  • Are you a female musician who wears hats or caps when playing music? If so, what kind of hat or cap do you like to wear? Do you wear the same one or change it up each time?
  • Do you think a hat or cap enhances the image of female musicians, in general, or does it depend on the individual?

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