Jonny Lang - Montreux Jazz Festival 1999 (part 1) by JG-Rock published on 2012/04/10 22:38:19 +0000 1999 – Jonny Lang’s debut at the Montreux Jazz Festival. By this time, blues guitarist and vocalist Jonny Lang could boast a decade of professional career, the four released albums, two of which went platinum editions, nominated for “Grammy”, performances from Buddy Guy and BB King, John records Mayalom and Willie Nelson, participation in the film «Blues Brothers», and a heap of compliments from luminaries of the blues”. Do not admit you into error angelic face Jonny – wrote journalist US News World Report. - He has the voice of an experienced bluesman with long-term addiction to tobacco and alcohol. And the same experience of playing the guitar. “ These words were written in 1997, when the musician just barely turned 16. Eric Clapton and John Mayall in the end proved that the blues is not the prerogative solely of black performers. But can it be considered a “bluesman” minor – if the Blues, by definition, music is mature in experience, seen a lot in my time performers? ”The Blues – Universal Music – says Jonny. - Not recognizing no borders, no age.