Olivia Duhon

 

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Tommy Crook is an American guitarist who lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He began playing guitar at the age of four, and by ten was appearing in local television spots.

Inducted into both the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame and the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, Crook plays fingerstyle. By replacing the lower two strings on his Gibson switchmaster with bass strings, Crook creates the impression of playing bass and guitar simultaneously. He has played with many artists, including J.J. Cale, Chet Atkins, Merle Haggard, and Leon Russell.

 

 

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