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Over the last 10+ years, Joey Lusterman has worked in every department at Acoustic Guitar magazine: front desk, ad sales, editorial, sound guy, camera man, booth babe, email coder, podcast editor, photographer, book designer… And he’s been behind the camera for nearly every Sessions video! Here are just a few of his favorites (see them all.)

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Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents First Aid Kit

Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents First Aid Kit

Johanna and Klara Söderberg, the Swedish sisters known as First Aid Kit, have gone from Internet sensation to international acclaim in just a few short years. By mixing elements of country and folk with an indie-rock sensibility, First Aid Kit has won legions of fans who are captivated by their gorgeous…

Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Bruce Cockburn

Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents Bruce Cockburn

In this special half-hour edition of Acoustic Guitar Sessions, senior editor Marc Greilsamer talks at length with Cockburn about his love of acoustic guitars and the singer-songwriter performs three tunes: the instrumental “Bohemian 3-Step,” “Waiting for a Miracle” and his most famous song, the politically fierce  “If I Had a Rocket Launcher.”

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Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents T Sisters

Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents T Sisters

Oakland’s T Sisters— Erika, Rachel, and Chloe Tietjen—have been singing and performing together since they were kids. They deliver the kind of seamlessly intertwined harmonies that only a family can muster. With influences ranging from the Indigo Girls to the Andrews Sisters, the T Sisters have been turning heads at festivals…

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Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents José James

Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents José James

When singer José James released his fourth album, No Beginning, No End, in 2013, there was something different in his signature eclectic mix of jazz, R&B, hip-hop, and rock—a new influence. Acoustic guitars. “I had started working with Emily King, who’s a singer-songwriter in New York City,” James says. “She wrote the songs…

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