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  • Blind Willie McTell (guitar, 12-string)

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    Blind Willie McTell was one of the great blues musicians of the 1920s and 1930s. Displaying an extraordinary range on the twelve-string guitar, this Atlanta-based musician recorded more than 120 titles during fourteen recording sessions....
  • Leadbelly (guitar, 12-string)

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    More than any other black folk-blues artist of his time Leadbelly helped expose his race's vast musical riches to white America, and, in the process, helped preserve a folk legacy that has become a significant part of the nation's musical...
  • Pascal Marzan (guitar, 12-string)

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  • Scott Brown 415 (guitar, 12-string)

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    Born and raised in San Francisco’s Mission District, Scott Brown began his music studies on piano at the Community Music Center, where he attended from age 7 through age 11. This was the extent of his formal training. After developing...

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