Andy Jurik's "Strive" is quite a showcase for the incredibly diverse interests of this eclectic, superb classical guitarist who also embraces pop, folk, and jazz.
After listening to Sunny War's Simple Syrup, you won’t be able to get the melodies of this one-of-a-kind songwriter/guitarist out of your head.
"Intimate Impressions" by Canadian classical guitarists Adam Cicchillitti and Steve Cowan draws on their own arrangements of piano works by Ravel and Debussy.
Baroque & bluegrass make not-so-strange bedfellows with C.E. Jones’ adaptation of The Goldberg Variations, J.S. Bach’s 30-piece suite bookended by two arias.
All but one song on "The Path of Stones" feature multiple layered parts by the left-handed guitarist John Doyle, sometimes contrasting strumming & deft fingerpicking.
With her debut album, "Nowhere Sounds Lovely," Italian-born Cristina Vane trains her outsider’s eye on America drawing on a number of different guitar styles.
After four decades mostly playing violin, Mark O'Connor returns triumphantly to acoustic guitar on flashy and eclectic solo set 'Markology II'
Most of the tunes on Smither’s 18th album are unreleased gems from the New Orleans sessions that resulted in his career retrospective "Still on the Levee."
From the May/June 2021 issue of Acoustic Guitar | By Kenny BerkowitzIn the three years since Vivian Leva’s debut, Time is Everything, her writing has g... Read More...
How do you re-create a lush Billie Holiday album? If you're M. Ward, you grab an acoustic guitar and a handful of open tunings and record to 4-track.