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Alex De Grassi Interview – Music Of The Soul

Guitarist Alex De Grassi has documented an extraordinary life in music with an impressive body of work spanning more than 40 years and over 18 album credits.  In this intimate and enlightening interview,  Alex talks about the early influences that helped to develop his legendary musical abilities and describes the pursuit of a remarkable career that has continued to  influence and inspire generations of Folk, Jazz and New Age across decades.

From the groundbreaking Windham Hill recordings to the later albums produced by De Grassi’s own studio and other prominent labels,  highly imaginative fingerstyle compositions are found that create adventures in both sound and rhythm.   Alex’s music continues to receive praise and raves from popular publications such as Billboard, Downbeat and Acoustic Guitar Magazine, but the true legacy is found within De Grassi’s  compositions themselves.  Composed with skill, artistry and beauty,  the master has left his mark directly on our souls. For these musical impressions remain as timeless as sunlit fields and  comforting like gentle rain.

May you be inspired!

To learn more about this remarkable artist, please visit these official links:

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