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Sean Bray

Bray is a well respected jazz guitarist, composer and educator who has played with various artists on many diverse projects. While in New York, Bray studied at the prestigious ManhattanSchool of Music. Bray has played with and/or recorded with George Garzone, Pat LaBarbera, Bob Mintzer, Jon Faddis, Liberty Silver, Matt "Guitar" Murphy from the Blues Brothers, Mike Murley and Vincent Wolfe. Bray has taught at The University of Guelph and the Toronto Film School. According to jazz guitar legend John Abercrombie, "Sean Bray is a real treat to listen to". CBC Radio named Bray one of Canada’s top 50 greatest guitarists of all time. He is also a member of the popular Celtic fusion band Cod Gone Wild and Songs of the Southern Belles. Bray is endorsed by PRS guitars, D’addario and Planet Waves


Guitars: PRS 408 (2), PRS McCarty 594, PRS Custom 24, PRS SC 245, Fender ‘52 reissue Telecaster, Fender ‘58 reissue Fender Telecaster, Martin D-18 and 000-28, Larrivee LV-09. Amps: Fender ‘67 reissue Deluxe Reverb and ‘68 Custom Vibrolux Reverb.





Charlie Haden
bass, acoustic
Julian Lage
guitar, electric

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