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In this exclusive Jazz Guitar Today video podcast, editor Bob Bakert talks to jazz guitarist Paul Bollenback.
Intro by Joseph Donofrio: Managing Pat Martino for 25 years, I have been exposed to so many talented and gifted players from the jazz guitar world. One such player is Paul Bollenback, who epitomizes the full spectrum we have come to expect from a seasoned artist. Whether he’s taking on the role of leader or sideman, he compliments whatever the situation calls for and adds a little something extra to the mix that makes him stand out. He truly is formidable.
You can hear Bollenback’s command of the instrument and thoughtful approach to music on Pat Bianchi’s upcoming album, Something To Say, The Music of Stevie Wonder, which drops November 12th.
The musical depth, knowledge, and experience Paul Bollenback brings to the table continues to inspire me every time I share the bandstand with him. I have learned a great deal from him over the years and am thankful for that! – Pat Bianchi
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