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Peter White

À propos de Peter White

While most smooth jazz guitarists use George Benson as their model, Englishman Peter White has learned more from Earl Klugh's easygoing, less R&B-focused approach. White can lay down webs of fluid flamenco one moment, and then pluck perfectly chosen solitary notes the next. His albums usually do well on the contemporary jazz charts, and he's also an in-demand sideman who regularly records with Rick Braun, Richard Elliot and Basia.

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Peter White

While most smooth jazz guitarists use George Benson as their model, Englishman Peter White has learned more from Earl Klugh's easygoing, less R&B-focused approach. White can lay down webs of fluid flamenco one moment, and then pluck perfectly chosen solitary notes the next. His albums usually do well on the contemporary jazz charts, and he's also an in-demand sideman who regularly records with Rick Braun, Richard Elliot and Basia.

À propos de Peter White

While most smooth jazz guitarists use George Benson as their model, Englishman Peter White has learned more from Earl Klugh's easygoing, less R&B-focused approach. White can lay down webs of fluid flamenco one moment, and then pluck perfectly chosen solitary notes the next. His albums usually do well on the contemporary jazz charts, and he's also an in-demand sideman who regularly records with Rick Braun, Richard Elliot and Basia.

À propos de Peter White

While most smooth jazz guitarists use George Benson as their model, Englishman Peter White has learned more from Earl Klugh's easygoing, less R&B-focused approach. White can lay down webs of fluid flamenco one moment, and then pluck perfectly chosen solitary notes the next. His albums usually do well on the contemporary jazz charts, and he's also an in-demand sideman who regularly records with Rick Braun, Richard Elliot and Basia.