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Come out to World Music Nashville for some great music played on Cole Clark Guitars!!
POSTPONED Trevor Gordon Hall & Maneli Jamal Maneli Jamal- Having lived in five different countries (Iran, Belarus, Germany, USA, Canada) and moved twenty times by the time he was 18, a young adult can learn a lot on his travels. It is this nomadic life that has led Maneli Jamal on this adventurous and explorative musical road with the acoustic guitar. Being brought up in a purely artistic and musical family has contributed to shaping his unique approach. Always questioning what else can be done with the acoustic guitar is his lifes goal and having dedicated his whole life to it is just the beginning. Having won numerous awards for his playing style Maneli isdefinitelya must see act for anyone wanting to expand their musical horizon.Trevor Gordon Hall- Trevors Candyrat Records debut album Entelechy explores new possibilities for the guitar through the use of a custom chromatickalimba(African finger piano) that Trevor designed with help from various builders. The kalimba mounts on the surface of the guitar, allowing the steel tines and steel strings to resonate through the guitar body. The album focuses on solid melodic ideas, interspersed with the harmonies and rhythms of the kalimba, bringing a fresh sound to the acoustic guitar.View the artists perform at the following links:Maneli Jamal (Canada)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69MJ4UGzvl4Trevor Gordon Hall (U.S.)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lo9kGHYn_bIRequest a reservation
Sounds Like: Don Ross, Andy McKee, Antoine Dufour, Maneli Jamal
Manager: Enge Management
Bio: Maneli Jamal has lived in five different countries (Iran, Belarus, Germany, USA, Canada) and moved twenty times by the time he was 18. The young artist gained a sense of musical maturity rarely seen among his peers especially when he transforms his nomadic life experiences into musical movements ...See Full Bio
: Part IV of 'The Ziur Movement' CD is the finale that goes out with a bang. It was released in 2009. Oh man time... http://t.co/ddNVXSbWTH
“Maneli will change the way you think of the acoustic guitar. He can make music on his own that four other competent guitarists couldn't produce. When you first witness a live performance, youll find yourself staring at him trying to figure out if all that sound is really being produced by two hands.”