His new live album Triple Play is a laboratory of sonic experimentation. Oz Noy tells us how fusing modern effects with inspiration from legendary jazz and blues heroes became central to his process
For this dazzling LP, Wilson recorded a stirring array of covers and originals, all the while channeling the lessons he's learned from George Benson, and approaching the material more like a drummer than a guitarist
When it comes to improvisation, Italy’s fingerstyle fusion maestro Matteo Mancuso is leaving the best players in the world in the dust
The seven-string slinger’s landmark album is a collection of familiar tunes from Broadway and Hollywood spanning 90 years
Fifty-five years since his solo bow, “The Sustain King” shows no sign of slowing down on his latest, ‘Who’s Calling’
‘GP’ asks a few questions of our own in this essential interview with one of the greatest jazz musicians of our time
With his guitar, looper and effects, the Danish sonic explorer captures moods in dreamy improvisations
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.