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About Earl Klugh

This acoustic guitarist instantly became one of the top artists in contemporary and smooth jazz with his debut album in 1976. Earl Klugh's style: supple, flowing, Spanish-tinged, hasn't changed through the years but that isn't a bad thing since he lets his backing tracks absorb the styles of the times while he spins out his signature guitar lines. Klugh's recordings continue to sell to pop audiences while older jazz fans still remember first hearing Klugh's beautiful acoustic guitar work on George Benson's excellent White Rabbit.

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Listen toEarl Klughon Napster

This acoustic guitarist instantly became one of the top artists in contemporary and smooth jazz with his debut album in 1976. Earl Klugh's style: supple, flowing, Spanish-tinged, hasn't changed through the years but that isn't a bad thing since he lets his backing tracks absorb the styles of the times while he spins out his signature guitar lines. Klugh's recordings continue to sell to pop audiences while older jazz fans still remember first hearing Klugh's beautiful acoustic guitar work on George Benson's excellent White Rabbit.

About Earl Klugh

This acoustic guitarist instantly became one of the top artists in contemporary and smooth jazz with his debut album in 1976. Earl Klugh's style: supple, flowing, Spanish-tinged, hasn't changed through the years but that isn't a bad thing since he lets his backing tracks absorb the styles of the times while he spins out his signature guitar lines. Klugh's recordings continue to sell to pop audiences while older jazz fans still remember first hearing Klugh's beautiful acoustic guitar work on George Benson's excellent White Rabbit.

About Earl Klugh

This acoustic guitarist instantly became one of the top artists in contemporary and smooth jazz with his debut album in 1976. Earl Klugh's style: supple, flowing, Spanish-tinged, hasn't changed through the years but that isn't a bad thing since he lets his backing tracks absorb the styles of the times while he spins out his signature guitar lines. Klugh's recordings continue to sell to pop audiences while older jazz fans still remember first hearing Klugh's beautiful acoustic guitar work on George Benson's excellent White Rabbit.