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    Since they just came up on the upstate thread:

    Chuck Garvey from moe.


    Even if he flies under the radar, check out other musicians comments about him. He's one of the most technically ridiculous guys out there. Frampton likes him so much he gave him a talk box.

    Plus, a bit pre-pandemic they played a set where the first letters of each song spelled out Trump is a lying ass, so there's that.

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    Jake Cinneger from Umphrees
    Dude can play anything

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    Have you seen a one armed man around here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    I've been enjoying Davy Knowles for the last few years. I'd like to see him live when that is an option again.

    I first learned of Davy at a Gathering Of The Vibes festival. He was along side front man Keller Williams for the Rhythm Devils. What a show.

    On that note, others for the list:

    Keller Williams is a magical leprechaun on stage.

    Susan Tedeschi could carry that band on her own playing.

    Steve Kimock

    Jimmy Herring

    Dweezil


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    Yes, Keller doesn’t get enough credit. Sometimes magical


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    I just learned about Dick Wagner, who did a lot of ghost solos on Kiss and Aerosmith albums, plus was instrumental on a number of Alice Cooper's albums during his heyday.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Wagner
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    Wagner was great, a lot of his best work was with Steve Hunter, who is still alive and still kicks ass.

    5 years ago

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    No love for Johnny Winter?

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    Bob Stinson.


    And glad to see Albert Lee mentioned upthread.

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    Gary Clarke Jr. is a hell of a player

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    Brian Kehoe
    Dude is an unheralded, underground San Francisco Bay Area legend.
    I saw him once in a dive bar in downtown San Rafael with his then band Kehoe Nation and he ripped.
    For whatever reason he just has never become as huge as the folks he is often associated with.
    Totally worth tracking down any of his stuff you can find (Kehoe Nation, M.I.R.V., Duo De Twang, etc.)

    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vets View Post
    I went through the entire thread and I didn't see these two guitarists mentioned:

    Bill Nelson

    The Edge
    Bill Nelson

    Wow. Need to get him back in Spotify rotation
    Haven’t listened since I lost my vinyl.

    Robert Fripp?
    Difficult music but great talent.
    Everyone knows king crimson

    But his solo shit is out there



    This live performance 1979. Very cool
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    Bill Nelson has also done some cool stuff with Yellow Magic Orchestra and other bands.

    I enjoy Fripp's solo work along with his other projects.
    Have you listened to The League of Crafty Guitarists?
    Here is a Wikipedia link:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guitar_Craft
    Steve Ball is mutual friend of Bret Hamilton who has made creative music videos for Steve Ball as well as myself.
    Here are a couple of videos:
    Sacred Structures by Electric Gauchos

    No, I'm a Frayed Knot - Steve Ball

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    Fred Frith


    Steve Hillage


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    Robert Quine




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    I went on an OG R.E.M. jag today (Murmur and Reckoning) and I gotta say that Peter Buck's Rickenbacher wrangling is pretty fugging underrated (and quite possibly unmatched, too).



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    Greg Leisz, session guy who's played everything with everybody. Currently on tour w/Weir/Wolf Brothers.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greg_Leisz

    Leisz's playing has appeared throughout the years on recordings by Aaron Neville, Alison Krauss, Amos Lee, Beck, Bill Frisell, Black Crowes, Bon Iver, Bruce Cockburn, Bruce Springsteen, Cass McCombs, Chuck Prophet, Daft Punk, Dave Alvin, Eagles, Emmylou Harris, Eric Clapton, Glenn Frey, Grant Lee Buffalo, Haim, Jackson Browne, Joe Cocker, John Fogerty, John Mayer, John Stewart, Joni Mitchell, k.d. lang, Lucinda Williams, Matthew Sweet, Meshell Ndegeocello, Paula Cole, Peter Case, Ray Lamontagne, Robert Plant, Ryan Adams, Sam Phillips, Sara Watkins, Shawn Colvin, Sheryl Crow, Susanna Hoffs, The Bangles, The Jayhawks, The Smashing Pumpkins, Tracy Chapman, Vampire Weekend,[2] Whiskeytown, Wilco,[3] and Allen Toussaint.[4]

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    Biréli Lagrčne Trio
    Biréli LAGRČNE - Guitare
    Adrien MOIGNARD - Guitare
    William BRUNARD - Contrebasse

    Some earlier Birelli:


    Some Adrien Moignard going for the pure Django:

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    Guthrie Govan is pretty good for a crazed wild man.
    And while I might question his taste in beer, his sidemen choices seem super solid...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post
    Robert Quine




    I think it was you who mentioned him maybe a year or 18 months ago, I kinda went on a deep dive because I knew so much of the music already but hadn't realized it was all the same guy. What a talent, RIP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ötzi View Post
    I think it was you who mentioned him maybe a year or 18 months ago, I kinda went on a deep dive because I knew so much of the music already but hadn't realized it was all the same guy. What a talent, RIP.
    Yeah, the guy had an incredible catalogue of work. From Richard Hell, through Material, Lou Reed, Eno, Jody Harris and Tom Waits.

    From the same city as Devo.

    Plus, you know the The Quine Tapes

    Way too little credit.
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    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    Hubert Sumlin

    Howlin’ Wolf’s guitar man for 25 years. Mick and Keith from the Stones paid for Hubert’s funeral when he died. ‘Nuff said.


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    The great Dave Murray!
    Mostly unknown by name, original member of one of the biggest bands on the planet, still packing stadiums in their 60s.

    "The mind, once expanded to the dimensions of larger ideas, never returns to its original size."

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
    Hubert Sumlin

    Howlin’ Wolf’s guitar man for 25 years. Mick and Keith from the Stones paid for Hubert’s funeral when he died. ‘Nuff said.

    Good call, big fan here.

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