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John Jorgenson and Brad Davis Guitar Clinic at West L.A. Music

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Brad Davis (L) and John Jorgenson (R) launch into a song from the Desert Rose Band.

West L.A. Music’s Don Griffin, 60’s star Johnny Tillotson, Del Casher (Renowned guitarist and inventor of the wah-wah), John Jorgenson, legendary producer Michael Lloyd(Dirty Dancing soundtrack, Barry Manilow) and Brad Davis.

West L.A. Music and Takamine Host John Jorgenson & Brad Davis

LOS ANGELES – Guitar virtuosos John Jorgenson and Brad Davis amazed West L.A. Music customers with their extraordinary blend of country, bluegrass, gypsy jazz, rock, and blues styles at a recent exclusive Southern California acoustic guitar clinic.

Jorgenson, known mostly for his work with the Hellecasters, the Desert Rose Band, and as a six-year member of the Elton John Band, treated fans to classic Desert Rose songs like “She Don’t Love Nobody.” Jorgenson also showcased his vast knowledge of Django Reinhardt gypsy jazz techniques. Jorgenson played Reinhardt in the film Head in the Clouds in 2004.

Brad Davis, who has played and recorded with Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow, Warren Zevon and Billy Bob Thronton, gave aspiring flatpickers an in-depth look at his flat picking techniques, including his “down-down-up” picking method – which even had Jorgenson taking notes.  Davis also captivated fans with a fiery version of his Nashville hit, “Big Timber”.

The clinic, which was attended by over hundreds of Los Angeles guitar enthusiasts, took place at West L.A. Music’s West Los Angeles location.  Event attendees enjoyed a meet and greet with John and Brad after the event as well as free giveaways and exclusive pricing on guitars and accessories from Takamine Guitars, the event’s sponsor.

Music luminaries in attendance included Del Casher, noted guitarist and inventor of the wah-wah pedal, Johnny Tillotson, who’s 60’s hits included “Poetry in Motion” and “It Keeps Right On a Hurtin,” and Michael Lloyd, producer of the Dirty Dancing soundtrack and numerous hit records.

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