So nice to hear someone play the way you do! I also play the guitar in a jazz manner.
I knew you a bit from working at Bank of California in Beverly Hills in the early to mid 1980's.
I have one of your albums and really enjoy it. A few years ago you played at Wolf Trap, in Vienna, Virginia and I wanted to come see you, but my daughter had just purchased her first house and needed my help moving her in! If you ever play in Northern Virginia again, I would enjoy seeing you play! All the Best! Cindy Doughty
Just read the article in JJG. I think many more will learn about you and your great work. Really appreciated your thoughts on marriage, career, and the joy of playing great music. Maybe someday you'll make it up here to beautiful Oregon to perform?
the best is yet to come,
Hi, Mr. Fox,
My father, brother and I enjoyed meeting you last night after the Frank Sinatra Jr. show. What an experience! Your playing was great, and the band sounded so tight. I hope we can see you at future concerts, or maybe you'll be visiting Berklee to give a masterclass some time. I'll be taking a new look at my Leavitt guitar books too. Thank you for the tips!
You have a beautiful sound to your playing. You chord voicings are music to my ears, lol Great playing style!!!
We will be in town for Shirley's memorial, and hope to see you there.
Hi Jim and Michelle...it's your fav xray tech from Med. Grp. Encino... if ever you are performing in town... let me know... would love to hear you play!!!
Craig Thatcher from Martin Guitar here. Just wanted to thank you once again for your great music at the NAMM Martin Dealer dinner. Also
thanks for letting Dick Boak and I sit in. And performing with Laurence J. was a blast. Please stay in touch as I have some things I'd like to discuss with you. Looking forward to seeing you again for NAMM 2012. Please pass my regards to John Pisano.
Long overdue. Thanks for your professionalism at Vibrato,
All my best,
Hi Jim, I have read some fantastic things about your career in the jazz guitar genre. I would like to know if you have instructional books or other materials on jazz guitar soloing or in the line of John Coltrane among other jazz great. I am looking for material that delves into jazz guitar solos in the bebop-hardbop era. Thank you.