Posts Tagged ‘Django Reinhardt’

11/2: This Day In History: Django Reinhardt Reinvents Jazz Guitar

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

82 years ago, in the early morning hours of November 2, 1928, 18-year old Django Reinhardt was horrifically burned in a fire that swept through his Gypsy wagon. He spent the next 18 months recuperating and had to relearn to play the guitar with only two fingers still functioning on his left hand. The signature style that he developed changed the face of jazz guitar forever.

Advertisement

Cancelled: “Django Reinhardt at 100” @ the Calvin Theater

Friday, October 29th, 2010

Due to those always mysterious “unforeseen circumstances,” the upcoming tribute concert “Django Reinhardt at 100” featuring Dorado Schmitt and the Django NY Festival All-Stars – which was slated for the Calvin Theater in Northampton at 8pm on Saturday – has been cancelled.

Refunds for ticketholders are available at the place of purchase.

Caffe LenaThe Cock'N'Bull RestaurantHolly & EvanCartoonist John CaldwellJim Gaudet and the Railroad BoysAdvertise on Nippertown!Hudson SoundsThe LindaArtist Charles HaymesLeave Regular Radio BehindAlbany PoetsBerkshire On StageAustralian Cattle Dog Rescue Association