Overseas: an espresso with Nguyên Lê

With the new album Overseas, the French guitarist Nguyên Lê confirms that he has a very personal and recognizable style both as a musician and as an author, managing to mix different musical genres and cultures.

> Iug Mirti – Ivano Rossato
> photo: Mamo Delpero

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FORQ Four: an espresso with Chris McQueen

The American band FORQ recently released their fourth album and we asked guitarist Chris McQueen to tell us about it and much more.

> Ivano Rossato

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Motivational Music for the Syncopated Soul: an espresso with Cory Wong

American guitarist and author Cory Wong, along with artists such as Vulfpeck, Snarky Puppy, Louis Cole, and Knower represents one of the ways in which jazz today is evolving. Certainly one of the most influential ways that this genre is drawing in the younger generation.

> Ivano Rossato – Eugenio Mirti

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Sheila Jordan: A Nickel In The Juke Box

I’ve been singing since I was a little kid. I grew up in poverty in a coal mining town in Pennsylvania and it wasn’t easy. The only way I could find peace with myself and feel a little bit of happiness was when I sang, so…

> Melanie Futorian and Sheila Jordan

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Quick contamination: an espresso with Torino Unlimited Noise

Gianni Denitto, Fabio Giachino and Mattia Barbieri have given life to T.U.N., a project made of saxophone, synthesizers, drums and samplers, where jazz and electronic music come together to play on the boundaries of musical genres.

> Ivano Rossato

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