Legendary guitarist Mike Miller is a guitarist known for playing various styles of music including jazz fusion, rock, pop and more. He has been a member of bands including Chick Corea, Bette Midler, Yellowjackets, Gino Vanelli, Chad Wackerman, Vinnie Colaiuta, Quincy Jones, Brand X, and Burton Cummings.
Legendary guitarist Mike Miller is also credited with performing in film scores for former Devo frontman Mark Mothersbaugh and in the Frank Zappa alumni band Banned From Utopia.
Mike Miller has also released two albums under his own name in "Save The Moon" (1997) and "World Goes Round" (2008)
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Good friend Carl Verheyen is L.A’s first call studio guitarists. He has played on over 200 different television shows as far back as “Happy Days” and “Laverne and Shirley” and including “Cheers”, “Suddenly Susan” and “L.A. Law.” Soon Carl’s CD collection became full of the movie soundtracks he was doing like “Stand and Deliver,” “Moscow on the Hudson,” “L.A. Story,” “Dusk ‘til Dawn,” “Mr. Wrong” and the soundtrack Oscar winner “The Milagro Beanfield Wars.” Most recently Carl was a featured soloist on “Ratatouille” and many episodes of “Lost,” “Scrubs” and “Samantha Who?” Due to the anonymous nature of studio work, not a day goes by when you don’t hear Carl on one thing or another: in the movie theaters, on TV, or over the radio.
Carl has presently been working on the new Star Trek movie, due out in summer of 09. Carl is also working heavy on his solo career work 24 / 7. Check out Carl's 10 CD’s and clips on Carl's site.
Carl's most recent release THE ROAD DIVIDES Double-Live CD ~ CARL VERHEYEN BAND available September 1..
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From Jazz (Weather Report), to Rock (Frank Zappa and the Mothers), to Pop (Genesis/Phil Collins) to Gospel (Ron Kenoly), Chester Thompson has surpassed the boundaries of musical genres. Chester's performance and recording experiences have influenced over three decades of music and musicians. Whether he is playing drum kit or percussion, Chester's masterful subtleties and unyielding time create the firm musical foundation for any musical genre. Every time Chester plays he gives 110% - there is no such thing as practice...
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I recently had the honor to meet master classical guitarist Ben Bolt at MTSU Tennessee Guitar Festival. Ben has amazing touch, feel and emotion on the classical guitar. Ben also is such a nice person and helped answered questions I had about my classical guitar technique. If you get a chance to see Ben Bolt live it's worth every penny! Here is more about Ben Bolt and why he is such an legendary master guitarist.
Ben Bolt set sail for Spain when he was seventeen. His goal was to study with the "Father of Classical Guitar", Andrés Segovia. In the year 1971. It would take Ben nearly three years to turn his vision into reality. Ben's first teacher in Spain was Jose Luis Rodrigo. On Ben's eighteenth birthday while registering for the draft at the United States Embassy in Madrid, his destiny magically appeared. Sitting just two meters away was maestro Andres Segovia. He was waiting to sign his visa papers to enter America for his celebrated annual tour. After Ben introduced himself, Segovia helped this young man by setting up lessons with one of his assistants, Jose Tomas.
All of Ben’s sacrifice would soon be rewarded in Madrid, the summer of 1973. He would study with the ultimate, Andres Segovia. At nineteen, Segovia, out of his own pocket, bequeathed a full scholarship for Ben to continue his music studies in Spain! "Clean, with a sound to be admired!" Andres Segovia. Ben Bolt first received national attention in "Spotlight", an article written by Mike Varney, columnist for Guitar player magazine. His arrangement of Bach's Bourree in E minor was the first classical guitar transcription to appear in "Guitar for the Practicing Musician" bringing classical guitar to the attention of heavy metal guitarists worldwide. His signing contracts with Cherry Lane Music in New York soon followed. Ben Bolt highlighted more success with the publication of his version of Classical Gas by Mason Williams
Mel Bay Music Publishers Inc., the foremost publisher of guitar instructions in the world, credits Ben Bolt with being the first guitarist ever to introduce the classical guitar to the masses using notation, tablature, and the recording format, in the same package. Ben Bolt has inked three bestsellers for his achievements with Mel Bay. His best selling titles with Cherry Lane Music (dist. by Hal Leonard), "39 Progressive Guitar Solos Volumes 1 & 2" have been in print for over two decades. Along with Walt Disney, Luciano Pavarotti, and Shinichi Suzuki, Ben Bolt is the first and only guitarist inducted into Delta Omicron as a National Patron.
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John Williams is best known as a classical guitarist, but has explored many different musical traditions. He has collaborated with Julian Bream and Paco Peña and was a member of the fusion group Sky. He is also a composer and arranger.
John Williams has commissioned guitar concertos from composers such as Stephen Dodgson, André Previn, Patrick Gowers, Richard Harvey and Steve Gray. He has also worked with composers from his native Australia, including Phillip Houghton, Peter Sculthorpe, Ross Edwards and Nigel Westlake, to produce guitar works that capture the spirit of his homeland.
John Williams recorded "Cavatina" by Stanley Myers. The piece had originally been written for piano but at Williams' invitation, it was re-written for guitar and was expanded by Myers. After this transformation, it was used for a film, The Walking Stick (1970). In 1973, Cleo Laine wrote lyrics and recorded it as the song "She Was Beautiful" accompanied by John Williams. The guitar version became a worldwide hit single when it was used as the theme tune to the Oscar-winning film The Deer Hunter (1979).
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I first meet songwriter, producer, Vocalist Dian Grace in Miami,Fl. Her vocals were amazing! Diana Grace’s vocals can cover multiple ranges and all different styles of music which include Pop, Rock, Funk, R&B, and her amazing solo projects to sessions with some of the best artist.. Live Diana Grace mixes here solo songs with cover songs from Pat Benatar, Ann Wilson of heart and more! Here is more about Diana Grace amazing carrer!
Diana Grace is a singer/songwriter from Miami, FL who now lives and performs in Los Angeles and Orange County, CA.
Scott Benarde of the Ft. Lauderdale News/Sun Sentinel writes “Grace is a charismatic, take-charge lead singer; a diminutive but ear and eye-catching centerpiece, unafraid to move or to throw her high and mighty voice to all corners of a room.”
Her recording credits include the EP of "Stay/Fall",
The full-length cd of "Diana Grace”.
several other original projects including Monogroove's "Real". As a studio musician she has sung on every type of project from pop/rock to R&B, to funk and soul. She recently joined the high-energy cover band "Hollywood Blonde" and is rockin’ the OC most weekends!
You can find Diana Grace CD here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/dianagrace/from/payplay
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When I first heard about David Sanborn I was amazed how much tone could come out of a sax! David Sanborn has amzaing feel for every song style and plays every note like it's his last. Here is more on Saxophone Legend David Sanborn,
David Sanborn has been a highly regarded session player since the late 1960s, playing with an array of well-known artists, such as James Brown, Bryan Ferry, Eric Clapton, Roger Daltrey, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Jaco Pastorius, the Brecker Brothers, Casiopea, Players Association, David Bowie, Todd Rundgren, Bruce Springsteen, Little Feat, Tommy Bolin, Bob James, James Taylor, Al Jarreau, Pure Prairie League, Kenny G George Benson, Joe Beck, Donny Hathaway, Elton John, Gil Evans, Carly Simon, Guru, Linda Ronstadt, Billy Joel, Kenny Garrett, Roger Waters, Steely Dan, Ween, The Eagles, The Grateful Dead, the German group Nena, and Japanese pop star Utada Hikaru.
Sanborn has won numerous awards including Grammy Awards for Voyeur (1982), Double Vision (1986) and the instrumental album Close Up (1988). In television, Sanborn is well-known for his sax solo in the theme song for the NBC hit drama L.A. Law. He has also done some film scoring for films such as Lethal Weapon and Scrooged. In 1991 Sanborn recorded Another Hand, which the All Music Guide to Jazz described as a "return by Sanborn to his real, true love: unadorned (or only partly adorned) jazz" that "balanced the scales" against his smooth jazz material. The album, produced by Hal Willner, featured musicians from outside the smooth jazz scene, such as Charlie Haden, Jack DeJohnette, Bill Frisell, and Marc Ribot. His more recent albums include Closer.
In 1994 Sanborn appeared in A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and The Who, also known as Daltrey Sings Townshend. This was a two-night concert at Carnegie Hall produced by Roger Daltrey of English rock band The Who in celebration of his fiftieth birthday. In 1994 a CD and a VHS video were issued, and in 1998 a DVD was released.
In 2004, Sanborn was inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame. In 2006, he was featured in Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band's most recent album The Phat Pack (released on June 13) on the track "Play That Funky Music", a remake of the Wild Cherry' hit in a big band style. Sanborn often performs at Japan's Blue Note venues in Nagoya, Osaka, and Tokyo. He plays on the song "Your Party" on Ween's 2007 release La Cucaracha. On April 8 2007, Sanborn sat in with the Allman Brothers Band during their annual run at the Beacon Theater in New York City.
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Michael Thompson has worked with producer/R&B singer, Babyface, “Change the World” by Eric Clapton, “Every Time I Close My Eyes”, and the Waiting to Exhale soundtrack, Animal Logic with Stewart Copeland, Stanley Clarke, and Debbie Holland, and with all-star producer, David Foster.
Check out Michael Thompson's new CD MT Speaks and clips..
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If you’ve never known about the person Les Paul you should!
The legendary guitarist was the inventor of the tape delay, multi-track recorder, Gibson solid body, just to name a few.
Les Paul Passed Aug 13th, 2009. Les Paul did so much for the music industry and why we are able to make recordings. Les Paul brought the first 8 track multi-track tape recorder to the music industry and why every one in music are able to record and overdub parts on recordings.
Words for me aren't enough how the Legendary Les Paul has brought so much into my heart as an inventor, musician, and what we have in the musician's world of music.
RIP Les and your sprit will always live on!
Chris "Nashvillerocker" DiMella
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Roy Vogt took up the instrument in Texas at 14, inspired by Jack Bruce, Jack Cassidy, Chris Hillman and Noel Redding. His first mentor, Dallas bassist Ed Garcia, turned him onto the playing of Ray Brown and Stanley Clarke and detoured the young bassist into jazz and fusion. Roy worked in a variety of Rock, Funk and Country bands in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area until he joined the Texas fusion band Aurora.
This led to gigs opening for Larry Coryell and the LA Express and allowed Roy to meet and learn from Stanley Clarke, Miroslav Vitous, and Max Bennett. The music of the Dixie Dregs, Mark Egan with Pat Metheny, and Jaco Pastorius led Roy to the University of Miami Jazz program, where he received the first Masters in Electric Bass Performance awarded in the US in 1980.
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Composer, producer, recording engineer and amazing guitarist Denny Jiosa’s abilities have been around the music scene for some time. Denny Jiosa’s ﬁve previous CD releases and a string of chart-topping singles have earned Denny a steadfast following. His most popular single, Lights of the City, garnered a SESAC national airplay award. In addition to his work as a producer, he is credited both as guitarist and recording engineer on several Grammy nominated releases. Dreams Like This once again ends Denny among friends, in the ranks of world–class musicians, including Chester Thompson (Genesis, Santana, Frank Zappa); Chris Kent (Take 6, Larry Carlton); Glen Caruba (Kirk Whalum, Glen Frey); Pat Coil (Pat Metheny, Michael McDonald), and fellow artists Dan Moretti and Rob McGaha.
You can hear composer, guitarist Denny Jiosa’s influences that range from Wes Montgomery to melodic rock of Carlos Santana, straight-ahead jazz, Latin, smooth jazz and cinematic landscapes all unfold effortlessly giving us a glimpse of Denny’s prodigious musical vocabulary. Denny Jiosa has an uncanny way of expressing deep emotions through the twists, turns and nuances of his seductive melodies.
For more about Guitarist Extraordinaire Denny Jiosa, CD's, Video's , Music and recent release "Dreams Like This". click on link.............
Andrés Torres Segovia (21 February 1893–2 June 1987) was a Spanish classical guitarist born in Linares, Jaén, Spain. He is widely regarded as one of the most important figures of the classical guitar in the beginning and mid 20th century.
Segovia's main musical aesthetic preferences were Spanish romantic and Spanish nationalist music of the late 19th and early 20th century Segovia's first public performance was in Spain at the age of 16, and a few years later he held his first professional concert in Madrid, playing guitar transcriptions by Francisco Tárrega and some works by J.S. Bach, which he had transcribed and arranged himself.
Although he was always discouraged by his family, and looked down on by many of Tárrega's pupils, he always continued to diligently pursue his studies of the guitar.
Both Segovia and Miguel Llobet (who taught Segovia several of his transcriptions of Granados' piano works) plucked the strings with a combination of his fingernails and fingertips, producing a sharper sound than many of his contemporaries. With this technique, it was possible to create a wider range of timbres, or tones, than when using the fingertips or nails alone. Historically, classical guitarists have debated which of these techniques is the best approach. The vast majority of classical guitarists now play with a combination of the fingernails and fingertips.
Segovia had many students throughout his career. Among the more famous are Christopher Parkening, John Williams, Elliot Fisk and Oscar Ghiglia. These students, along with the many others, carry on Segovia's tradition, while at the same time expanding the classical guitar's presence, repertoire, and musical boundaries.Segovia not only taught students himself, he indirectly taught and influenced thousands and thousands of guitarists world wide. He is truly the father of the classical guitar.
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Joe Pass (1929 - 1994) began playing the guitar when he was nine years old and by age fourteen he was playing in local bands in the Johnstown Pennsylvania area. Joe's extensive use of walking basslines, melodic counterpoint during improvisation, and use of a chord-melody style of play opened up new possibilities for jazz guitar and had a profound influence on future guitarists.
Joe Pass recorded a series of albums which include: Catch Me, 12-String Guitar,For Django, Simplicity,Virtuoso,Unforgettable. Just to name a few. Joe Pass DVD's include: Solo Jazz Guitar, Joe Pass: The Blues Side Of Jazz, Genius of Joe Pass. To name a few.
Joe pass has captured my heart in his Chord Melody playing. The best way to capture Joe Pass is by listening to his music and watching his DVD's. Joe Pass is a master of this type of guitar playing. Even though Joe Pass is no longer with us. His music and Soul will always remain.
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Jeff Berlin is a legend of the electric bass. Simply put, he is considered by many to be the finest electric bass player in the world. Surprisingly, he is a pioneer of slap bass when he brought this new percussive-style bass playing in 1979 to the second Bill Bruford album, “One of a Kind”, on the tune called 5G. Jeff also pioneered two handed tapping when he performed this style on Motherlode from his 1985 release of his first solo album called “Champion”.
Jeff is also the founder of The Players School of Music in Clearwater, Florida, Jeff has also been at the front of music education for almost 30 years.
Jeff's numerous recording credits include albums with Bill Bruford, Yes, Allan Holdsworth, Kazumi Watanabe, and George Benson. Jeff has released six highly acclaimed solo records, Champion, Pump It!, Taking Notes, In Harmony's Way, Lumpy Jazz and Aneurythms. Jeff tours with his band that has featured Danny Gottlieb, Paul Wertico,Othello Molineaux, Randy Brecker and Richard Drexler. He also tours with BX3, a bass conglomeration that includes the great bass players Stuart Hamm and Billy Sheehan. Jeff has also been working 24/7 on his solo projects. Jeff's latest CD is called 'Aneurythms'.... To hear clips of my friend Jeff Berlin Solo CD's click on link..................
Tommy Tedesco (July 3, 1930 – November 10, 1997) was an master session musician and renowned jazz and bebop guitarist.
Tommy Tedesco was described by "Guitar Player" magazine as the most recorded guitarist in history, having played on thousands of recordings. Tommy Tedesco recorded with most of the top musicians working in the Los Angeles area including the Beach Boys, Everly Brothers, The Association, Barbra Streisand, Elvis Presley, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Zappa, Sam Cooke, Cher, Nancy and Frank Sinatra. For Guitar Player, Tedesco wrote a regular column called "Studio Log" in which he would describe a day's work recording a movie, TV show or album, the special challenges each job posed and how he solved them, what instruments he used, and how much money he made on the job.
Tommy Tedesco's credits, to name a few, include the themes to television's Bonanza, The Twilight Zone, Green Acres, M*A*S*H, Batman, Elvis Presley's '68 Comeback Special,Fernwood 2 Night,The French Connection, The Godfather, Jaws, The Deer Hunter, Field of Dreams,The Rocky Horror Show,The Ant and the Aardvark cartoons (1968-1971).
Tommy Tedesco, along with many of his fellow studio musicians, was featured in the 95-minute 2008 film The Wrecking Crew by his son, Denny Tedesco. The film has screened at several festivals, but has not yet been commercially released.
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Elliott Randall's guitar solos on Steely Dan's "Reelin' In The Years" and "Fame" (the motion picture) have entered Rock history annals.
Elliott has recorded and performed with artists as diverse as The Doobie Brothers, Carly Simon, Seatrain, The Blues Brothers, Carl Wilson, Peter Wolf, Peter Frampton, James Galway, Richie Havens, The Rochester Philharmonic and The American Symphony Orchestra, among many others. In addition, he is a favorite of esteemed songwriters Jimmy Webb, George David Weiss, Don Covay and Laura Nyro. Other credits include: music consultant for NBC Saturday Night Live and Oliver Stone, and projects with producers Gary Katz, David Kershenbaum, Steve Lillywhite, Eddie Kramer and Jerry Wexler.
Current projects include recording & production, lectures, and consultancy on multimedia content. He continues to rack up air miles, recording and playing out with his London-based "Posse" and his NYC-based "Randall's Rangers".
Elliott also has been working on his solo projects: still reelin', Elliott Randall Guitar Archives Volume One, ORK flights 1 - 9 Elliott Randall & Cecil Hooker.
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When I first heard Allan Holdsworth and his guitar tones I was floor! He had away to make the guitar sound like nothing I ever heard before! Allan was another huge influence on my tone and playing. Here is some history on this Guitar Legend.
Jazz/rock guitarist and composer Allan Holdsworth, has played many different styles of music over a period of five decades, but is best known for his amazing guitar and tone within the jazz fusion genre.
In the early 1970s, Allan Holdsworth joined Tempest, releasing the albums Tempest (1973) and Living in Fear (1974) during his brief time spent with the band. Following this, Holdsworth worked with various popular jazz fusion groups and artists, including Gong, Soft Machine, The New Tony Williams Lifetime, Jean-Luc Ponty and, later in the decade, the progressive rock band UK.
Allan Holdsworth first official solo album came in the form of I.O.U. in 1982, after which he embarked on a solo career that spanned five albums during the 1980s (continuing with another four in the 1990s). After the release of I.O.U., Holdsworth was brought to the attention of Warner Bros. Records executive Mo Ostin by Van Halen guitarist Eddie Van Halen. This lead to the 1983 vinyl-only release of the Road Games EP (which was later reissued for CD format in 2001). Van Halen later stated in Guitar Player magazine that Holdsworth was a major influence on his playing.
Throughout the years, Allan Holdsworth has developed and perfected a highly unique playing style that involves the prominent use of both arpeggiated and full chords (often with delay, chorus and other complicated effects), various legato techniques (including a specialised variation of the pull-off, which works more akin to a 'reversed' hammer-on and a delicate use of volume swells to create an ethereal, otherworldly atmosphere. Allan Holdsworth was also the first to Incorporate the Synth Axe into his music. This can be heard on the recording Atavachron.
CD's include:Against the Clock: The Best of Allan Holdsworth, The Sixteen Men of Tain, All Night Wrong, Road Games, Metal Fatigue, Atavachron, Secrets, Hard Hat Area, Metal Fatigue. Allan Holdsworth DVD's include: Allan Holdsworth and Live at Yoshi's.
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Violinist and composer Mark O'Connor is widely recognized as one of the most gifted contemporary composers in America and surely one of the brightest talents of his generation.
The New York Times calls his "one of the most spectacular journeys in recent American music."
The Baltimore Sun and the St. Louis Post Dispatch label him "genius."
The Los Angeles Times describes him as an artist who is "one of the most talented and imaginative...working in music -- any music -- today."
The Seattle Times says of his music: "brilliantly original."
His compositions are "informed and engaging," according to the Washington Post.
An excerpt from a feature in the New York Times eloquently describes Mark O'Connor's tradition-filled past, his stellar present and his future full of promise:
Mr. O'Connor regularly gives two-day residencies, giving lecture/demonstrations or teaches workshops at many schools of music including The Juilliard School of Music, Harvard, Rice University, SUNY Fredonia, University Of Texas, Curtis Institute, Berklee College of Music, Eastman School of Music, Tanglewood, and Aspen Summer Festival... Mr. O'Connor is the inaugural Herb Alpert School Of Music Artist in Residence at UCLA for the 2008-2009 season. Mr. O'Connor generously donates his time in support of a number of organizations that promote music education and outreach, including Opus 118, Midori and Friends and Sphinx.
After more than 15 years of directing the Mark O'Connor String Camps
and Conferences, first in Tennessee, and later in San Diego, Mark is now
expanding this model to serve even more students with a New York
String Camp. Recently Eroica Trio releases on CD, Mark O'Connor's Piano Trio No. 1 "Poets and Prophets"
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Producer/engineer Bob Bullock began his lifelong career in the music business while still a senior in high school. Living in the Los Angeles area, he made his way up the ranks as a studio engineer, training under such greats as Humberto Gatica, Reggie Dozier, Barney Perkins, Roy Haley and Roger Nichols. He quickly became a top engineer himself and worked with a variety of acts, including The Tubes, Art Garfunkel, Seals and Crofts, Chic Corea and REO Speedwagon.
Bob Bullock's engineering credits while living in Nashville include over fifty gold and platinum albums, including Shania Twain, Reba McEntire, George Strait, Tanya Tucker, Patty Loveless, Billy Dean, John Anderson, Hank Williams Jr., Jimmy Buffet and Suzy Boggus.
Bob Bullock is currently mixing projects for Bill Labounty with Larry Carlton and Danny Parks, and for new artist, Pete Stringfellow.
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In addition to Jerry Douglas 's eleven solo releases and countless special projects, Jerry Douglas has played on more than 1600 albums. As a sideman, he has recorded with artists as diverse as Ray Charles, Peter Rowan, Béla Fleck, Emmylou Harris, Phish, Dolly Parton, T Bone Burnett, Paul Simon, Ricky Skaggs, Bill Frisell, John Fogerty, Nanci Griffith, Tony Rice, Elvis Costello, and James Taylor, as well as performing on the landmark O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack.
As a producer, he has overseen albums by the Del McCoury Band, Maura O'Connell, Jesse Winchester and the Nashville Bluegrass Band. He has been part of such notable groups as The Whites, J. D. Crowe and the New South, the Country Gentlemen, and Strength in Numbers. Since 1998, Douglas has been a key member of Alison Krauss and Union Station, touring extensively and playing on a series of platinum albums. Douglas has received twelve Grammy Awards. He has also won the Country Music Association's 'Musician of the Year' award three times, in 2002, 2005 and 2007. Jerry Douglas was named Artist in Residence for the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2008.
When not on the road with Alison Krauss + Union Station, Douglas tours with his own band known as, The Jerry Douglas Band. Jerry Douglas most recent release is GLIDE.
Others include: The Best of the Sugar Hill, Jerry Douglas Dobro Techniques, The Best Kept Secret, Lookout For Hope, Restless on the Farm, Bourbon & Rosewater, Slide Rule,kip, Hop, & Wobble, Everything Is Gonna Work Out Fine...
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How MTV Is Trying to Reinvent Itself to Combat Sinking Ratings and Disinterested Teens
By NY Times: Trump Proposes Eliminating the Arts and Humanities Endowments
"A deep fear came to pass for many artists, museums, and cultural organizations nationwide early Thursday morning when President Trump, in his first federal budget plan, proposed eliminating the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
President Trump also proposed scrapping the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a key revenue source for PBS and National Public Radio stations, as well as the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars."
— NY Times
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What can I say about Jay Graydon. He has done so much for me, Thanks aren't enough.
Between the late 60s and the late 70s Jay played on practically every "A" list session in Los Angeles, acquiring a glowing reputation as an ace studio guitarist/ solo specialist on numerous albums with Barbara Streisand, Dolly Parton, Diana Ross, The Jackson Five, Cheap Trick, Christopher Cross, Ray Charles, Cher, Joe Cocker, Marvin Gaye, Hall & Oates, Olivia Newton-John, and Albert King just to name a few.
you will find everything about this twice Grammy awarded (Best R&B songs) and 12 times Grammy nominated (among the top 5 finalists) Los Angeles top songwriter, recording artist, guitarist, producer, engineer, and more. To check out Jay's killer gear, studio, CD's and happening projects.
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