Phil's first solo CD in nearly twenty years. Recorded on his new Guitarp, "Honey", pictured below.
Phil's 4th Guitar
This is the first Guitarp made by Vince Guidroz of New Orleans Guitar Co...
credit for new guitarp pics go to my bro Pierre
Now available from www.eldoradorecords.net. Ted Greene Remembered, a tribute to
the legendary guitarist and beloved teacher.Featured
artists include: Tommy Emmanuel, Laurence Juber, Lee
Ritenour, George Winston, Dan Sawyer, Anthony Wilson,
Mark Goldenberg, Jay Graydon, Phil deGruy, Steve
Ferguson, Stephen Bruton and a John Pisano-Ted Greene
duet. Produced by Tom Bocci with liner notes by
Barbara Franklin and the players themselves.
Proceeds from the sale of "Ted Greene Remembered" will benefit www.tedgreene.com, a Website devoted to sharing Ted's guitar teachings worldwide. Please visit to learn more about Ted Greene and his life's work.
This is what "Vintage Guitar" magazine said about Phil.
Phil de Gruy is one of the most astounding talents to ever touch strings. He commands his instrument, the harp guitar, or guitarp, passionately, flawlessly and with a sense of artistry that only a few fall out of bed with. This medley of Who Can I Turn To? and My Romance will have you hitting the repeat button to be sure you just heard what you did. Other artists have used the harp guitar as a concert novelty, and in varying degrees of seriousness, but Phil de Gruy, like Earl Scruggs, George Van Eps, Wes Montgomery and Charlie Christian has taken his instrument into new dimensions.
"deGruy is one the finest players ever, and you need this CD." --Guitar Player Magazine, April 2005
"Inspired...eccentric...gorgeous...genius." --Jazztimes, April 2005
"JUST DUET" - An exciting new symphony of duets with...
Larry Coryell, Charlie Hunter, Mike Stern, Hank Mackie, Reeves Gabriels, Steve Masakowski, and David Tronzo.
Check out Guitar Player's feature on Phil here.
virtuosic genre-straddler with a flair for solo
guitar inventions and a blissful resistance to
& lovely P.d. makes the music of the heavens . .
. if it was played by wino angels with light bulbs
for heads, freshly seasoned, lightly battered and
just back from getting a tune-up at Fischer-Price
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