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Ruben Lopez Fürst

Ruben Lopez Fürst

Ruben Lopez Fürst (1937 – 2000) was one of Argentina’s most important jazz pianists but also a great guitar artist, known for his presence in the Blue Strings, firmly based in the Django tradition… … Read entire article »

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Arvin Garrison

Arvin Garrison

Arvin Garrison (1922 – 1960) was a fine guitar player, known for his participation in the 1946 recording sessions of Charlie Parker and Howard McGhee, but retired early back to his hometown… … Read entire article »

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Teddy Bunn

Teddy Bunn

Teddy Bunn (1909 – 1978) was a prominent guitarist in the blues and jazz tradition of the thirties, known also for his participation in The Spirits of Rhythm, but also for his numerous blues sessions with beautiful soli and accompaniment… … Read entire article »

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Henri Crolla

Henri Crolla

Henri Crolla (1920 – 1960) was a fine Italian/French guitarist ready to take over when Django passed away, but his life ended much too early from illness… … Read entire article »

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Eddie Durham

Eddie Durham

Eddie Durham (1906 – 1987) was an important performer on both trombone and guitar, as well as arranger, mostly known for his work with the Bennie Moten, Jimmie Lunceford and Count Basie orchestras in the 1930s… … Read entire article »

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Frank Aasen

Frank Aasen

Frank Aasen (1921 – 1995) was one of the best swing guitarist in Norway but his recordings are few and hard to get… … Read entire article »

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William Lewis

William Lewis

William Lewis (??? – ???) was one of the guitarists participating in the historical jam sessions at Minton’s and Monroe’s, enough to deserve some recognition… … Read entire article »

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