Episode 11: The Jim Campilongo Conversation

Josh Groban fr the New York TimesCharlie sat down with Guitarist Jim Campilongo and had what might be the purest guitar conversation to date on the show. The show opens with Jim’s stunning version of “The Minute Waltz” by Chopin. Nuff said. What transpires is actually only a part of a two hour conversation that followed. We will release some extra material in the coming weeks so you can hear the incredible playing. Jim has worked with many artists over the years as well as being an incredible artist himself. He’s shared the stage with Norah Jones,Charlie Hunter, Adam Levy and Martha Wainwright to name just a few. We really think you’ll enjoy this episode of the show mostly because you’ll hear both Jim and Charlie sing the theme song of their local radio station they grew up listening to! CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO BE ASTOUNDED……SERIOUSLY! ( AND ALSO HEAR THE CONVERSATION! )

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5 Responses to “Episode 11: The Jim Campilongo Conversation”

  1. John says:

    This was an amazing listen!

  2. Jeremy says:

    It was an absolute pleasure to hear one of my favorite composers chatting with another of my favorite composers. Little gems like these are a welcome surprise when they come along. Great intro tune from Jim. Keep it coming!

  3. Adam says:

    Wow! Two of my all time favourites shootin’ the breeze. Inspiring stuff guys. Thanks for putting it out there Charlie. Cheers,Adam

  4. Graham says:

    Great conversation between two exceptional guitarists and musicians

  5. Ian Hartley says:

    Absolutely awesome to hear these guys talk about guitar. And thank you for talking about chops, sight reading and even money – it is very reassuring to know that even great musicians struggle sometimes.

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