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martes, 6 de febrero de 2018

Jimmy Grant Quartet • Jimmy Grant Quartet



Native to Northern California, Jimmy Grant grew up in a household full of rich musical influences. While his early influences also included Russian Folk, Bluegrass, Celtic and Classical, from a young age he gravitated towards the music of Django Reinhardt. He has studied with acclaimed guitarists Jim Nichols and Howard Alden, and in addition to Django Reinhardt, his other major musical influences are Bach, Benny Goodman, and Joe Pass. He has performed with artists such as David Grisman, Gonzalo Bergara, Ludovic Beier, Andreas Oberg, Tim Kliphuis, Paulus Schafer, Robin Nolan, Trio Dinicu, Rhythm Future Quartet, and the Hot Club of San Francisco, and has played at Djangofest Northwest and The New York Hot Jazz Festival. In addition to performing, Jimmy teaches private students and has been on the faculty of the Django in June Festival in Massachusetts. Jimmy also writes for “Gypsy Jazz Secrets Magazine”. He has recorded two albums under his own name, as well as on several other jazz & rock albums. Jimmy's original song “Insomnia” was a finalist in the John Lennon songwriting competition. 
https://www.jimmygrant.net/about


Blues en Mineur
Swanee River
Valse De Wasso
Ou es tu Mon Amour
I'll See You In My Dreams
Songe D'Automne
Anniversary Song
You Look Good to Me
Insomnia
What Is This Thing Called Love?
Billets doux
Impromptu
Blues en mineur 2









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