Jay Alan Thompson | O, Holy Night

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O, Holy Night

by Jay Alan Thompson

Downbeat Magazine award winning guitarist Jay Alan Thompson presents "O, Holy Night"- a traditional holiday tune performed in a fusion of Jazz and Classical styles.
Genre: Holiday: Moods
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A musician and guitarist for over 35 years, Jay Alan Thompson was voted Best Blues/Rock/Pop Guitar player by DOWNBEAT magazine in the 1988 Collegiate Awards category. He is featured on the albums “Quiet Christmas” [Casierra Records, 1996], “Acoustic Autumn” [Casierra Records, 1997], and various Howard University Jazz Ensemble records from 1986 to 1993. His style is a blending Jazz, Classical, Blues, Latin and Worship. Performance credits include: Regina Belle, Skip Jackson, Illinois Jaquette, Wynton Marsalis, Terrance Blanchard, Joe Burden, Frank Lacy, Ethel Ennis. If you are desire passion in your music, you will be drawn to the music of Jay Alan Thompson.



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Lylton Jackson AKA "Jack"

Oh Holy Night
Jay - Super! I love the sound of a Classical Guitar played in a Jazz, Standard, and traditional
manner. Allene told about your version of "Oh Holy Night" You are a fantastic guitarist. By the way Jay; I met you and your parents at my Church Potomac Valley Church of Christ "Stafford Virginia". Allene introduced us. That's it for now, take care, and keep on playing for our Lord.