WALDOBORO — The Waldo Theatre, in partnership with Midcoast Music Academy, presents Victor Wooten featuring Steve Bailey and Derico Watson as Bass Extremes. The show Thursday, Nov. 10, at 8 p.m. is the group’s only performance north of Boston during its current concert tour.

Wooten is a five-time Grammy Award winner and founding member of the supergroup Béla Fleck and the Flecktones. He has been called the most influential bassist of the last two decades and was listed as one of the Top Ten Bassists of All Time by Rolling Stone. Wooten was also a three-time winner of Bass Player magazine’s reader poll and remains the only person to have won it more than once. Having released multiple solo recordings, he is also the author of the widely read novel “The Music Lesson: A Spiritual Search for Growth Through Music.”

Bailey is a pioneer of the six string fretless bass whose techniques are studied around the world. An avid recording artist with two solo recordings under his belt, Bailey is currently chair of the Bass Department at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Bailey has played and recorded with Dizzy Gillespie, The Rippingtons, Jethro Tull and Willie Nelson, to name a few. Bass Player magazine wrote: “Steve Bailey is to the six string fretless bass what Columbus is to America.”

Watson began playing drums at the age of five. A few short years later, he played regularly at his grandmother’s church. “I was told then that I had a natural gift from God,” he said. An accomplished educator and clinician, he has performed and recorded with numerous artists including James Brown and Earth, Wind and Fire, and taught at prestigious colleges and festivals. He is best known as Wooten’s backbone.

Wooten and Bailey formed Bass Extremes in 1992, releasing a self-titled debut that remains one of the top selling musical/instructional bass products of all time. Subsequent DVD and CD releases followed as they toured the world performing clinics and concerts. They are also known and respected as the dynamic teaching duo who continue to teach together at events, colleges and universities around the world. They were also instrumental in introducing the original “Bass Camp” idea when they ran their first Bass/Nature Camp in Tennessee in 2000 and Bass at the Beach in South Carolina a few years later — both intensive camps that attract students from all over the world.

Midcoast Music Academy sponsors a master class taught by Wooten and Bailey that same day at 4:30 p.m., which is open to local musicians and students of music. Advance registration is required and is free; visit midcoastmusicacademy.com for more information.

Tickets for the concert are $45 in advance and $50 day of the show. This concert is bound to be a sellout event — advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended.

The Waldo is located at 916 Main St. Doors open at 7 p.m. Assistive listening devices are available at the box office. Concessions, including beer and wine, are available for purchase. The Waldo is no longer requiring proof of vaccination, and has shifted to masks optional for all visitors.

For tickets and more information, visit thewaldotheatre.org.