"We always kind of admired each other's playing. Jefferson has always been one of my favorite performers," Caruso says. "And, then, the light bulb went off one day: Why don't we do something together?"
“Jefferson Montoya will be attempting to put on the world's longest continuous solo concert from Wednesday, June 1 through Friday, June 3. Under the rules set out by the Guinness Book of World Records the artist can have only 30 seconds between songs and. . .”
“That's an understatement, but hey, if he's going to be missing out on serious sleep until Friday night, Montoya's hoping that his loss is a good cause's gain. "People could be raising this money when they're at home, comfortably in their beds, knowing that somewhere, some fool is being tortured by his idea," Montoya chuckles, "unable to get off the stage."”
“Channel 8 Coverage of World Record Attempt”
"Local musician Jefferson Montoya will set out to break the Guinness World Record for Longest Continuous Concert by a Solo Artist starting June 1 and ending June 3 at Tommy Rocker’s Cantina & Grill."
“Next up was Jefferson Montoya who started his set with an original song called “Where You Are.” You can find the song on YouTube with most of his work. Mr. Montoya is in the studio right now working on his newest album “Pinochio Wishes” Having great flair on guitar his set was one I enjoyed he ended his set with the hit “Man In The Mirror.””
"The jazzy acoustic folk of Jefferson Montoya isn't something I normally go for here, but I'm more than a little impressed. . ."