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Founding member of the Carter family and Johnny Cash's mother-in-law, Maybelle was an influential icon of early country guitar
Needing little introduction, Paul started his career as Rhubarb Red, pictured here with L-5 and harmonica
Mcdonough was a studio musician recording with Tommy Dorsey, Joe Venuti, Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday, Glen Miller and a host of other high profile artists of the day
The Canadian-born session guitarist who recorded with numerous high profile artists including Doris Day, Harry James, Rosemary Clooney, Bing Crosby, Gene Krupa, Ricky Nelson and Marty Robbins.
One of the few Jazz guitarists who performs with an unamplified acoustic archtop guitar, Marty augments his fretboard skills with Fats Waller-style vocals and a liberal helping of humour.
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Influenced by Eddie Lang and Roy Smeck, Alvino went on to become one of the pre-war period's most notable electric guitarists
The self-taught guitarist who has recorded two albums and toured with folk legend Eric Andersen
Julie Andrews' step father was a well known crooner and guitarist
Toured from the mid 1940s with Tommy Dorsey and jazz pianist Phil Moore’s band with whom he recorded the song Bop! Goes My Heart with Frank Sinatra on vocals.