Underrated Guitarists (Episode 1)

Blues Rock Review is excited to announce the launch of a new video series highlighting underrated guitarists you need to know.

In Episode 1 the spotlight is put on Devon Allman, Tommy Emmanuel, and Monte Montgomery.

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6 Responses to “Underrated Guitarists (Episode 1)”

  1. Kevin Mealey says:

    Jack Pearson, David Grissom and Lee Roy Parnell. The first 2 played with the Allman Brothers for a bit and Jack Pearson handled Duane’s parts with deftness and taste. david Grissom is the guitar player on most of Joe Ely’s records, among others. Check out his playing on Ely’s “Settle For Love” or “Live At Liberty Lunch”, as well as with the late, great Austin band Storyville. And while you’re at it slip on any CD by Lee Roy and listen to his playing. There’s an evening of great guitar listening!

  2. Gary Milligan says:

    Philip Sayce,Brett Ellis,Gugun of Gugun Power Trio
    Craig Erickson,Martin J Anderson (Blindstone),Thomas Juneor Anderson (Kamchatka)
    JD Simo
    Just to name a few that came to mind

  3. Gary Milligan says:

    Forgot Mato Nanji(Indigenous) Parker Griggs (Radio Moscow) and Julian Sas

  4. philip PERRET-GALLIX says:

    il y a tellement de guitaristes extrardinaires et virtuoses, mais j’aime ceux qui ont la capacité de composer, et d’avoir une touche et une approche trés personnelle

    terry Kath, robin Trower, pat Patlansky, jimmy Herring, jackie Greene etc..

  5. Joe Dreyer says:

    Shane Hicks (The Blackwater Fever), Davy Knowles, 2nd vote for Mato Nanji, Luther Dickinson, Chris Vos (The Record Company), Alan Nimmo, Mike Zito, Jan Rynsaardt (Chase The Sun).

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