Brandon Coleman is a jazz guitarist based in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has performed at notable venues including the Blue Wisp Jazz Club, the Bar Next Door, 55 Bar, and jazz festivals in Ecuador, NYC, Columbus, and more.
CriticalJazz.com said “Brandon Coleman may well be one of the most unique guitar voices to emerge over the last decade.”
In this episode we talk about the 5 jazz guitar albums that influenced him early in his development, how his practice routine changed over time, how he used a wall to improve the efficiency of his technique, and much more.
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