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    Blue Guitar Sessions
    Jesse Cook – The Blue Guitar Sessions

    The mood of The Blue Guitar Sessions is romantic, late night, exotic, hypnotic—another, luxurious side of this guitar master s nouveau flamenco artistry.  This unique live concert experience, recorded at the Rose Theatre outside of Toronto, features stunning visuals, innovative projections.

    Viewers will be treated to a mix of Cook s biggest hits, including selections from previous eOne/Koch releases Frontiers and The Rumba Foundation, as well as new music from THE BLUE GUITAR SESSIONS. And then, in January of 2013, Jesse Cook will begin a huge, comprehensive tour of the United States in support of the new album and a second airing of the PBS pledge special.

    Blue Guitar Sessions

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