Kenny Burrell

UCLA

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Professor of Ethnomusicology and Music at UCLA and Director of the its Jazz Studies program; legendary jazz guitarist and composer

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He's been called a great guitarist by other great guitarists, including George Benson and Jimi Hendrix, and played with musicians and singers including Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday…

Graduate Program in Jazz at UCLA

He's been called a great guitarist by other great guitarists, including George Benson and Jimi Hendrix, and played with musicians and singers including Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday…

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