One of the most gifted and musical jazz guitarists of today takes inspiration not from his six-string brethren but from the genre’s legendary ivory ticklers
The jazz guitar master reveals how – after nearly 50 years and more than 40 albums as a band leader – he finally went solo, and revisited his musical roots, on his new, self-titled album.
Five years after a misstep on a New York City street left him badly injured, the maestro promises, “I’m never going to give it up.”
The Philadelphia-born jazz virtuoso returns to a trio setting to remind us why he is one of today's most influential players.
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