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Jimbo Ro's masterful guitar skills showcased on new album
(Published: June 07, 2019)

Jimbo Ro is not your average performer. This gifted artist set out to combine next-level guitar skills with masterful vocal chops, making for a diverse and forward-thinking feel.

What's really inspiring about his sound is definitely the fact that he isn't just one of those guitarists who use flashy scales and over-the-top soloing to impress the audience. Ro cares about the sheer power of The Great American Songbook on his new album Jimbo Ro and His Guitar. He loves the feel of authentic jazz music, and he is able to recreate those magical vibes as a singer, as well as a 6-string slinger.

His vocals are timeless and memorable, just as graceful and intuitive as his astonishing guitar playing. With such an innate combination of natural talent and experience, you just can't go wrong.

His style echoes the work of legends like Charlie Christian and Tal Farlow, while also capturing a more contemporary tone with his crystal-clear delivery and tasteful melodic lines. Ro's music is just like a bridge which overcomes the divide between traditional jazz and the most modern edge of the genre.

More Information: http://www.jimboro.com

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