John Jorgenson is a guitarist who’s played with legendary artists like Sir Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Sting and many others. He’s teaming up with local act Hot Club of Hulaville for a pair of island dates, paying tribute to gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. HPR’s Dave Lawrence spoke with Jorgenson about his upcoming trip to Hawai`i…
The John Jorgenson Quintet performs live as part of the Django Would Go Music Festival, also featuring Hot Club of Hulaville, at the Hawai`i Theatre June 4th in Honolulu and at the McCoy Studio Theatre at the MACC in Kahului on June 5th. Hear more of his music and get information on him at his site, johnjorgenson.com.
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