Welcome to episode 18 of the LJS Podcast where today we talk with internationally renowned jazz guitarist Larry Koonse. LJS guest blogger Peter Rubie conducts Part 1 of this interview, and they talk about Larry’s musical beginnings and much more. Listen in!
Listen to episode 18
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In this episode
Larry’s musical beginnings.
Studying with Jimmy Wyble.
Getting a jazz degree at USC.
Accompanying singers and other instrumentalists.
“George Kennedy” by Larry Koonse and David Roitstein