Earl Klugh

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Earl Klugh (Born September 16, 1953 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American smooth jazz/jazz fusion guitarist and composer. Klugh finger picks a classical guitar with nylon strings. At the age of 13, Klugh was captivated by the guitar playing of Chet Atkins when he made an appearance on the Perry Como Show. He has since been a guest on several Atkins albums. Atkins, reciprocating as well, joined Earl on his Magic In Your Eyes album. Klugh was also influenced by Bob James, Ray Parker Jr, Wes Montgomery and Laurindo Almeida. Read more on Last.fm

Earl Klugh
HandPicked
Album (2013)
Earl Klugh
The Spice of Life
Album (2008)
Earl Klugh
Naked Guitar
Album (2005)
Earl Klugh
Peculiar Situation
Album (1999)
Earl Klugh
The Journey
Album (1997)
Earl Klugh
Love Songs
Album (1996)
Earl Klugh
Sudden Burst of Energy
Album (1996)
Earl Klugh
Move
Album (1994)
Earl Klugh and Bob James
Cool
Album (1992)
Earl Klugh
Midnight in San Juan
Album (1991)
Earl Klugh
The Best of Earl Klugh
Album (1991)
Earl Klugh
Solo Guitar
Album (1989)
Earl Klugh
Whispers and Promises
Album (1989)
George Benson & Earl Klugh
Collaboration
Album (1987)
Earl Klugh
Life Stories
Album (1986)
Earl Klugh
Soda Fountain Shuffle
Album (1984)
Earl Klugh
Nightsongs
Album (1984)
Earl Klugh
Wishful Thinking
Album (1983)
Earl Klugh
Low Ride
Album (1983)
Earl Klugh and Bob James
Two of a Kind
Album (1982)
Earl Klugh
Crazy for You
Album (1981)
Earl Klugh
Dream Come True
Album (1980)
Earl Klugh
Late Night Guitar
Album (1980)
Earl Klugh and Bob James
One on One
Album (1979)
Earl Klugh
Heart String
Album (1979)
Earl Klugh
Magic in Your Eyes
Album (1978)
Earl Klugh
Finger Paintings
Album (1977)
Earl Klugh
Earl Klugh
Album (1976)
Earl Klugh
Living Inside Your Love
Album (1976)