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Jim Stubblefield


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JIM STUBBLEFIELD, a native Californian, began playing guitar seriously in high school where he studied rock guitar styles with world renowned transcriber WOLF MARSHALL. He then went on to study jazz guitar with well known jazz educator JODY FISHER (known for his books with ALFRED PUBLISHING).

During his college years JIM’S guitar influences included jazz guitarists AL DI MEOLA and JOHN MCLAUGHLIN, rockers YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ALEX LIFESON, and STEVE MORSE as well as country guitarist ALBERT LEE.

After graduating from college and GIT (Hollywood, CA), JIM was introduced to Kuwaiti oud player WALEED HAMAD. While writing and performing with WALEED, JIM became enthralled by the acoustic guitar and began listening to artists such as SHAKTI, STRUNZ AND FARAH, and VICENTE AMIGO.

After playing in various rock and fusion bands and releasing several CDs, JIM released the nylon string acoustic guitar driven “CITIES OF GOLD” which was named as a semi-finalist in that year’s DISC MAKERS INDEPENDENT MUSIC COMPETITION. It was then followed by 1998’s “RHYTHM OF THE HEART” recorded by the JIM STUBBLEFIELD GROUP. This recording was a semi-finalist in the NAV MAGAZINE’S “ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR” category for 1999. JIM’S music also appears on Neurodisc’s “PURE FLAMENCO: NUEVO FLAMENCO PASSION” compilation along with such artists as OTTMAR LIEBERT and GOVI.


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