Paul Meyers

Guitarist/composer Paul Meyers has performed and/or recorded with Geri Allen, Kenny Barron, Ron Carter, Ray Drummond, Eliane Elias, Clare Fischer, Sonny Fortune, Eddie Gomez, Jon Hendricks & Annie Ross, Marc Johnson, Wynton Marsalis, George Mraz, Rufus Reid, David Sanchez, Kenny Werner, and the Woody Herman Orchestra in appearances at the Newport Jazz Festival, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. He toured for years with two great jazz singers - Jon Hendricks since 1993, and Andy Bey from 1997 to 2008.

International performances include Japan and Hong Kong with the Salute to Duke Ellington Orchestra ( featuring Paul along with Bob Brookmeyer, Mel Lewis and Joe Wilder ) - Spain with the great percussionist Cafe - France, Germany, Switzerland and Italy with Jon Hendricks - Brazil, England, Macedonia, Greece and the Netherlands with Andy Bey - Japan with Karrin Allison - Argentina with Gary Burton. Burton recorded one of Paul's tunes, “Panama,” on his Reunion album with Pat Metheny.

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now using a beautiful new hand made classical w/cutaway and RMC pick-up made by Matt Rubindall


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”...one of the most eloquent jazz guitarists since Kenny Burrell” - James Gavin, NY Times
Primary Instrument

Guitar

Location

New York City

Clinic/Workshop Information

Jazz and Brazilian guitarSolo

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Albums

I Wish I Knew

Lydian Jazz Records
2020

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I Wish I Knew

Lydian Jazz
2020

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Tea for Two

Self Produced
2015

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Paul Meyers Quartet...

Miles High Records
2010

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Poinciana

From: I Wish I Knew
By Paul Meyers

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