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Jonathan Epley

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I grew up playing guitar in the mountains of East Tennessee. An initial interest in the instrument came from my uncle, well known Martin historian and luthier John Arnold. There were many excellent guitarists in and out of John's shop I met at an early age, including Norman Blake and Doc Watson. ​The unique opportunity of watching some of the world's greatest acoustic guitar players in the world in such an intimate atmosphere proved to be too much to resist, and soon I had picked up a guitar of my own and started hacking away. I have melded this Bluegrass/Folk upbringing with Jazz, Electric Slide Guitar, Blues, and Progressive Rock to create a sound that is unique yet hopefully identifiable.

Album

Look for the Light

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Segment; Waltz New; Tricotism; Paragon; Conversion; Look for the Light; A Look Inside; Quasimodo; Your Name Never Came Up.

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Article: Album Review

Jeff Reed: Look for the Light

Read "Look for the Light" reviewed by Geannine Reid


Bassist Jeff Reed resides in Maryland but is widely known as a sideman on over fifty albums. Reed is a schooled musician earning his Bachelor of Music from Towson University and a Master of Music from the University of Maryland, College Park. Coming full circle educationally, Reed is an adjunct faculty member at Towson University. Surprisingly, ...

Album

Songbird

Label: Self-Released
Released: 2016

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I Remember You

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Label: Self-Released
Released: 2016
Duration: 04:33


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