Glenn Jones

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Sunday, April 29, 2007

Boston-based guitarist Glenn Jones has been playing electric in his band Cul de Sac since the late ’80s. These days he’s returning to his first love, the acoustic guitar, and is expanding on the musical legacy of American Primitive pioneer John Fahey. Playing 12-string and slide guitar, Glenn creates thoughtful, virtuosic instrumentals. He joins host David Garland in the WNYC Studio to perform and talk about his music.

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