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Jim Stubblefield

Jim Stubblefield, a native Californian, began playing guitar seriously in high school where he studied rock guitar styles with world renowned transcriber Wolf Marshall. He then went on to study jazz guitar with well known jazz educator Jody Fisher. During his college years Jim's guitar influences included jazz guitarists Al Di Meola and John McLaughlin and rockers Yngwie Malmsteen, Alex Lifeson, and Randy Rhoads. After graduating from college, Jim was introduced to Kuwaiti oud player Waleed Hamad. While writing and performing with Waleed, Jim became enthralled by the acoustic guitar and began listening to artists such as Shakti, Strunz & Farah, and Vicente Amigo. Jim released the nylon string acoustic guitar driven Cities of Gold in 1997 followed by 1998's Rhythm of the Heart

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Alvas Showroom: The Art of Listening

Read "Alvas Showroom: The Art of Listening" reviewed by Jim Worsley


Allan Holdsworth was a giant, a genius, a gifted guitarist who had a great gauge for sound. An upper level musician can become less than that playing in a room, club, or hall that is beneath the caliber of their artistry. Holdsworth played the intimate and superbly sound engineered Alvas Showroom in San Pedro, CA many ...

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Incendio: The Fire Within

Read "Incendio: The Fire Within" reviewed by Jim Worsley


If sophisticated, richly dense, multi-layered instrumental music is your thing, then you may already be a fan of the critically acclaimed band Incendio. Co-founded in 2000 by guitarist Jim Stubblefield, bassist Liza Carbe, and guitarist JP Durand, Incendio boldly blends a plethora of genres. Jazz, flamenco, rock, Latin, Spanish, world, classical, pop, Middle-Eastern, and ...


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