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Two-Time Grammy Winner Laurence Juber

Acoustic Folk Rock

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LAURENCE JUBER has been captivating audiences with his unique playing style since he joined Wings as the lead guitarist in 1979. While he is probably best known for his stint with the band, he has gone on to have a distinguished career as a solo fingerstyle player.

Juber began playing guitar the same week that “I Want to Hold Your Hand” was released by The Beatles. By the age of 15, he knew that he wanted to become a session guitarist in London’s music studios. He earned his degree at London University, and immediately went on to begin working as a session player.

In 1979, Juber joined Wings, and played with them until 1981. When the group disbanded, Juber moved to New York City. He met his future wife there, and soon they both moved to California where he played guitar for numerous television shows including Happy Days and Family Ties.

Laurence Juber has released 19 solo albums and numerous other instructional CD’s that teach basic music theory and arrangement for guitarists. He has earned two Grammy Awards, and numerous others. His most recent release is his original soundtrack to the NBC Dateline documentary Children of the Harvest.

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“Juber is a master of acoustic finger style, but with less of the trick-guitar mishmash that seems obligatory among the high-octane pickers. He has a fluid style that shifts gears through simultaneous jazzy chording, leads, and bass lines, while weaving in and out of musical thoughts faster than a Formula One racer.” – San Diego Reader

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