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John Pizzarelli

Über John Pizzarelli

Before Diana Krall hit it big, John Pizzarelli was expected to be the one who returned Nat "King" Cole Trio-style Classic Swing to the national consciousness. Krall may have the gams and the big-selling albums, but it's Pizzarelli's music that returns you to an era when jazz really was America's good-time music. Pizzarelli is a gifted traditional jazz guitarist with a charming musician's voice -- described by The New Yorker as a cross between Chet Baker and Alfalfa -- whose talents work best on old novelty numbers and up-tempo swingers. He has recorded two excellent Cole tribute albums, while also exploring his own generation's classic music with a surprisingly sweet album entitled Meets the Beatles. His father is veteran jazz guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli.

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John Pizzarelli

Before Diana Krall hit it big, John Pizzarelli was expected to be the one who returned Nat "King" Cole Trio-style Classic Swing to the national consciousness. Krall may have the gams and the big-selling albums, but it's Pizzarelli's music that returns you to an era when jazz really was America's good-time music. Pizzarelli is a gifted traditional jazz guitarist with a charming musician's voice -- described by The New Yorker as a cross between Chet Baker and Alfalfa -- whose talents work best on old novelty numbers and up-tempo swingers. He has recorded two excellent Cole tribute albums, while also exploring his own generation's classic music with a surprisingly sweet album entitled Meets the Beatles. His father is veteran jazz guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli.

Über John Pizzarelli

Before Diana Krall hit it big, John Pizzarelli was expected to be the one who returned Nat "King" Cole Trio-style Classic Swing to the national consciousness. Krall may have the gams and the big-selling albums, but it's Pizzarelli's music that returns you to an era when jazz really was America's good-time music. Pizzarelli is a gifted traditional jazz guitarist with a charming musician's voice -- described by The New Yorker as a cross between Chet Baker and Alfalfa -- whose talents work best on old novelty numbers and up-tempo swingers. He has recorded two excellent Cole tribute albums, while also exploring his own generation's classic music with a surprisingly sweet album entitled Meets the Beatles. His father is veteran jazz guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli.

Über John Pizzarelli

Before Diana Krall hit it big, John Pizzarelli was expected to be the one who returned Nat "King" Cole Trio-style Classic Swing to the national consciousness. Krall may have the gams and the big-selling albums, but it's Pizzarelli's music that returns you to an era when jazz really was America's good-time music. Pizzarelli is a gifted traditional jazz guitarist with a charming musician's voice -- described by The New Yorker as a cross between Chet Baker and Alfalfa -- whose talents work best on old novelty numbers and up-tempo swingers. He has recorded two excellent Cole tribute albums, while also exploring his own generation's classic music with a surprisingly sweet album entitled Meets the Beatles. His father is veteran jazz guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli.

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