John McLaughlin, Jimmy Herring, Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks
Alex Machecek, John Scofield, Scott Sharrad, Louie Shelton
Ronny Jordan, Devon Allman, Eliot Lewis, Oz Noy
Carl Mörner Ringström, Joey Molland, Michael Lee Firkins, Ray Russell
Oteil Burbridge, Etienne Mbappe, Jerry Jemmott, Nathan East
Chuck Leavell, Barbara Dennerlein, Jon Batiste, Matthias Bublath,
Gary Husband, Matt Slocum
Jaimoe, Jeff Sipe
Various Instruments Interviews
Anne Drummond, Jim Hart, Rod Melancon, The Ringers: Jimmy Herring, Mike Landau, Wanye Krantz, Kieth Carlock
Oz Noy is a NYC based guitarist who began his professional career in his native Israel at the age of thirteen. He emmigrated to the United States in the mid 1990s and has become a fixture in the NYC jazz scene, although he blurs the lines with jazz, blues, funk, and rock.
He’s just released a new album with a slew of great players, including special collaborations with Chic Corea, Allen Toussaint, Eric Johnson, Will Lee, Warren Haynes, Greg Leisz, and Dave Weckl. I caught up with him during his tour with Keith Carlock and Oteil Burbridge.