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"I knew that I wanted to do this with my life from when I was 16", says Hunter about his musical career. His early recognition of this may have been influenced by the fact that he grew up in homes where his mother repaired guitars for a living in Berkeley, California where he has lived since he was eight years old. Charlie picked up his first guitar when he was twelve years old for $7, and a few years later was taking lessons from Joe Satriani, who at that time was just another guitar teacher. "People can't believe that but I was just another Berkeley kid and every Berkeley kid took lessons from Joe Satriani
By Kurt Elling
Label: Edition Records
Track listing: 1. SuperBlue 4.47 2. Sassy 4.18 3. Manic Panic Epiphanic 5.29 4. Where To Find It 4.50 5. Can't Make it With Your Brain 5.49 6. The Seed 4.22 7. Dharma Bums 5.58 8. Circus 4.55 9. Endless Lawns 6.54 10. This Is How We Do 1.16
by Doug Collette
For a musical instrument so small, the range in sound(s) from a harmonica is nothing less than remarkable. The airy tones of Toots Thielemans and Howard Levy sound nothing like the earthy warbles that of Little Walter and James Cotton, while sinuous lines from the late Norton Buffalo, long-time member of the Steve Miller Band. hardly ...
by Ludovico Granvassu
In the two weeks since our last new releases special, so much great music came to our attention that today we have one of those shows that some define as all killer, no filler..." except that I don't like to think of music as killing," but you catch my drift. A special focus on ...
by AAJ Staff
Sassy Lyrics By Kurt Elling, Charlie Hunter, Bill Bodine, Cheryl Bentyne, Janis Siegel. Music Publishers: Dill Dough Bean Music (ASCAP); Morton St. Music (ASCAP); Yikes Publishing (ASCAP). Dig! Ya really wanna flip your lid? Step up and give a listen to the singer. Hip or square, say a prayer. When ...
Featuring the music of Kurt Elling
by Chris May
Formed by guitarist Charlie Hunter, saxophonist Skerik and drummer Stanton Moore in 1999, Garage A Trois has sparked a slew of But is it jazz?" debates with every new release. Calm Down Cologne will do it again. GAT has been through various incarnations since its debut EP, The Mysteryfunk (Fog City Records, 1999), necessitated ...
by Leo Sidran
In March 2020, just as the world was closing under the advancing cloud of Covid 19, I spoke to a handful of musician friends from around the world to hear how they were doing and to explore some of the pressing questions around the shutdown and the arts.One year later, I check in with ...
by Ludovico Granvassu
The return of Garage a Trois to its original line-up (Charlie Hunter, Skerik, Stanton Moore) kicks off a show featuring plenty of new and upcoming releases delivering good energy, adventure, sophistication and dreams of wide open spaces. A special mention for the upcoming album by Argentinean singer Roxana Amed which confirms her as unique voice on ...