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Lou Volpe

Accomplished guitarist, Lou Volpe, has released his first Standard album of his career “Remembering Ol’ Blue Eyes”, (songs of Sinatra). Receiving rave reviews, it combines influences of jazz, bossa nova, blues and swing into his legendary unique sound. A native New Yorker, Lou Volpe is a standard not only on the New York music scene, but also recognized internationally as a master of the guitar

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“Lou Volpe is a great guitarist. You should hear this guy play!” George Benson, musician “Lou Volpe’s guitar stylings evoke memories of the Golden Age of American Pop Music and reminds us why it was a Golden Age.” Jack Kleinsinger, Producer of Highlights in Jazz “ “Every time he plays a single note I’m so taken away with his artistry and supreme gift.” Sid Bernstein, Music Producer and Promoter “Riveting, exciting…jazz as it was meant to be. I really do mean that.” Joe Franklin, Bloomberg Radio “If you like Sinatra you’ll like Lou Volpe.” Sid Mark, Radio Personality “Sounds of Sinatra” “Lou Volpe is one of the greatest guitarists.” Joey Reynolds, Radio Personality “Volpe plays an inventive and entertaining groove.” 20th Century Guitar Magazine “Lou Volpe is one of the best in the business.” Jazzreview.com “Lou Volpe, contemporary jazz guitarist, uses cool guitar and feel-good grooves to present a new soulful jazz view of familiar tunes with a touch of Brazil.” Payplay.com “He has the hardness of Wes Montgomery…” Syracuse Post Standard “Lou Volpe is a guitarist who has the groove down pat, with the harmonic and melodic sensibilities to put a personal stamp on all his flights.” Nick Jones, All About Jazz “I hadn’t heard of Lou Volpe before, but I’ll be very happy to hear a lot more of him in the future.” Tony Augarde, Guitar International

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