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Charlie Hunter Trio at Salem State University Recital Hall

Where

Salem State University Recital Hall
71 Loring Ave.
Salem, MA

When

Thu, October 12, 2017
7:30 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-10-12 7:30 pm 2017-10-12 Charlie Hunter Trio at Salem State University Recital Hall Charlie Hunter is a magician with a guitar - a one man band - as he continues to stun audiences with his ability to simultaneously bust out tasty bass parts, melodic leads and swinging rhythms. John Fordham, writing in London’s The Guardian, says he “boasts one of the most original techniques in the instrument’s history.”

With a career spanning 16 years and almost 20 albums, Charlie Hunter consistently ups his game as an innovative writer and bandleader. He has worked with the likes of Norah Jones, Mos Def, John Mayer, D'Angelo and countless others. He is widely considered the authority on the seven and eight-string guitar.
At Salem State, Hunter will be joined by drummer Scott Amendola and saxophonist Michael Blake.
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Tickets

$30

Musicians

Charlie Hunter
Charlie Hunter
guitar, 8-string

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Charlie Hunter is a magician with a guitar - a one man band - as he continues to stun audiences with his ability to simultaneously bust out tasty bass parts, melodic leads and swinging rhythms. John Fordham, writing in London’s The Guardian, says he “boasts one of the most original techniques in the instrument’s history.”

With a career spanning 16 years and almost 20 albums, Charlie Hunter consistently ups his game as an innovative writer and bandleader. He has worked with the likes of Norah Jones, Mos Def, John Mayer, D'Angelo and countless others. He is widely considered the authority on the seven and eight-string guitar....

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Karen Gahagan uploaded this event on August 29, 2017

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