Long regarded by peers, fans and critics alike as two of North America's finest instrumentalists, mandolinist John Reischman and guitarist John Miller have joined forces in an exciting new foray into the world of Jazz and Latin music. Althought their formative years were spent in Folk and Bluegrass music, both Reischman and Miller have used that experience as a launching pad for exploration of other genres that has culminated in a love of melodic acoustic jazz. Both are outstanding players and composers known for an abundance of taste and tone. Reischman was termed 'one of the great unsung heroes of contemporary mandolin playing' by David Grisman, while Miller's highly original fingerpicking style was described as 'magnificent' by the Jazz Journal. With their two CD releases, 'The Singing Moon' and 'The Bumpy Road', Reischman and Miller have put together a couple of the finest acoustic instrumental CDs in recent memory, with a book of truly memorable tunes.
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