In a 2014 profile in the New Yorker, Paul Elie, author of the book Reinventing Bach, wrote, "There it was again: the stinging treble, the spooky overtones, the strings snapping and booming under his handsthe sound of a Tele being played as skillfully and exuberantly as it can be played."
The musician in question was Jim Campilongo . . .
Fri, 05/08/2020Original Article