Released: February 19, 2019
Django Reinhardt was one of the greatest guitar players. His most famous works were from 1940’s to 1950 and he died in 1953 at the age of 43. As a European he is one of the few to make a mark in the jazz genre of that time. Adding to his skills was the fact that he played with only 2 fingers since his third and forth fingers were paralyzed during a fire.
Reinhardt is credited with starting a new “hot jazz guitar” which has spread through the global artists. His most famous songs are real jazz standards like, “Minor Swing,” “Daphne,” “Belleville,” and “Djanology.”
We link to a collection of his works that gives a broad spectrum of his works, and of course we choose Django to represent the best of guitars.