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The guitar players!

The guitar players always make up the longest column on the jam list,
and present the greatest challenges to any jam coordinator.

They are the guys that make the guitar "cry or sing!"

That IS Albert Collin's Telecaster on the Texas Bluesjam Icon.
He was a Houston bluesjammer, and we all miss him.

This site features RealAudio sound clip files from the musicians at the jams.





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This is Teri Greene!

Teri is a dedicated blues guitarist and has forgotten more guitar than most of the other guys know. His solos combine the pre-T-Bone Walker chording styles as well as the single note solos which we have become accustomed to. His rhythm guitar reflects his study of chording, and there is often a constant melodic movement to even his rhythm passages. He's a lot of fun to play with!


He's a jazz guitarist! He's a blues guitarist!

He's two... three.. Kinny Abair is one helluva guitar player!.

I've known Kinny since the '60s, and it has been great to run into him, onstage and off, at Dan Electro's jam.




Michael Heyman is a longtime Houston guitar player and bandleader that I've known and respected for 15-20 years.

His blues are of the British type, and he plays 'em well.

We've done the opening set at DAN ELECTRO'S together before, as well as played together for RICK LEE, who's band Michael has recently left.





Matt Underwood plays blues with a modern jazz fusion approach.

He teaches music at a few colleges including Montgomery County College, as well as taking on select private students.

Recently, Matt's guitar has been a welcome addition to The New Jack Hippies.... (gds10/98)




How do you get to Carnegie Hall?

Practice - Practice - Practice!

Rick Lee is always working on his craft. Even at the jam he can be caught offstage like this, working on his double-tongue-picking.



Chuck Kidd is someone that I've only met this year at a few of the bluesjams.

I've had the opportunity to play with him a few times and he is a very good guitar player and vocalist.


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