The Artistry of the Guitar House Concert Series visited
The three mutli-talented musicians provided an in-the-round treat for those in attendance, taking turns sharing some of their favorite tunes off the various albums they have released. Presenting their audience with a rich mix of tempos and moods, the temporary trio featured Jackman's lyrical song performances on vocals, guitar, and harmonnica artfully sandwiched between the acoustic stylings of Bonfield and Janson. Adding an additional flair to the evening, the artists layered in brief and often witty banter about their previous experiences and the inspiration for various pieces.
Audience favorites included Bonfield’s two love songs, one of which was in honor of a gay
As the evening drew to a close, Bonfield invited his pals to join him for a foot-tapping rendition of one of his earliest releases, “Old Number 9,” a train song, as he described it, off his very first release. With Jackman’s skillful harmonica play and Bonfield and Janson providing tasty licks throughout the number, one had to wonder if these three will find their way back together again for more of this natural camaraderie.
Ken Bonfield and Peter Janson now move on to continue the Artistry of the Guitar concert series in
—audiences are in for a memorable evening of music and great storytelling.
For more on the Artistry of the Guitar series, including how to bring this event to your community, visit Bonfield’s, Artistry of the Guitar website.